Sliding and folding temples from the 7th collection in 2016 are uniquely adapted to the model. This made it possible to solve the weakness of the collapsible temple, which is the short length of the temples and maximized its length up to 142mm (Plain scale 145mm). Every part is made with titanium and β-titanium.  is the first full metal model with the sliding and folding temples. 3 colors are available with 4 base polarized lenses.
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Eyewear designer Thierry Lasry has teamed up with RHUDE to produce a new range of “RHODEO” sunglasses for spring. Rendered in a variety of finishes, the frames, which are meticulously crafted in France, utilize an 8mm thick acetate composition from renowned Italian manufacturer Mazzucchelli to emphasize its superb quality. The shape boasts an ’80s inspired geometric aesthetic with clear lines, while staying true to Thierry Lasry’s signature designs. Additionally, the sleek acetate frames are paired with tinted lenses that range from light grey, light pink and yellow tones to exude a blend of vintage and contemporary appeal.
The first collapsible model from the EYEVAN 7285 brand. Sliding temples, which are usually used for reading glasses, are uniquely adapted to the model. This made it possible to solve the weakness of the collapsible temple, which is the short length of the temples and maximized its length up to 142mm (Plain scale 145mm). Every part is made with titanium and β-titanium and created for this frame
Aluminum-Magnesium alloy permits the construction of frames that are ultralight yet strong at the same time, augmented by exclusive flex-hinge and lens opening. Specially-developed imprinting and anodizing techniques further create intriguing finishes that take their cue from mother nature.
These sunglasses are a tribute to Peter Campus, an American pioneer video-artist of the 70’s who’s work experimented with the viewer identity, creating interaction through perception.Like Campus’ work, this eyewear defies expectations and requires the participation of the beholder to be completed. A mask that recalls computer screen and interfaces, wherewithin the Glitch happens.