|By Marketwired .||
|February 27, 2014 10:41 AM EST||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 02/27/14 -- MOSCOT, a New York City institution renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear -- The MOSCOT Originals, MOSCOT Spirit, and MOSCOT Sun Collections -- is pumped up for summer and so is its 2014 MOSCOT Sun Collection!
MOSCOT's taken four of their favorite MOSCOT Originals -- The GRUNYA, LEMTOSH, NEBB, and SHAYNA -- and seriously pumped them up to create The GOVERNOR, RANDALL, ELLIS, and STATEN just in time for summer.
Bolder and thicker than their MOSCOT Originals counterparts (no messing with the faithfully reproduced MOSCOT Originals!), The ELLIS, GOVERNOR, RANDALL, and STATEN are infused with rich custom colors, and coordinating gradient color lenses for a look that's provocative, edgy, formidable, sexy, and just plain fun. Just like summer!
The 2014 MOSCOT Sun Collection includes:
The ELLIS - Chunky, aggressive, and impossible to miss, The ELLIS is based on The NEBB, just as raw, and even more attention grabbing. With its rectangular shape carved from block acetate, The ELLIS has summer written all over it. Available in Chameleon, Leopard, Pumpkin, and Sapphire, with two dot rivets on the front and temples, a saddle bridge, and a real five barrel hinge.
The GOVERNOR - A striking and hefty homage to The GRUNYA, The GOVERNOR is impresses with its oversized and dramatic shape. Complete with three dot rivets on the front and temples, a key hole bridge, and a real seven barrel hinge, available in Chameleon, Leopard, Pumpkin, and Sapphire.
The RANDALL - True to form, The RANDALL is a bulked up, tricked out, playful version of the LEMTOSH you are sure to love. Just like its progenitor, The RANDALL boasts diamond shaped rivets on the front and temples, a key hold bridge, and a real five barrel hinge, and is available in Chameleon, Leopard, Pumpkin, and Sapphire.
The STATEN - SHAYNA shaped, but oversized for a look that is overflowing in glamour and style. Available in Chameleon, Leopard, Pumpkin and Sapphire, this spirited and whimsical frame is made from hefty block acetate with two dot rivets on the front and temples, a saddle bridge, and a real five barrel hinge.
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
The ELLIS, GOVERNOR, RANDALL, and The STATEN retail for $295 US, and are available for preorder now and arrives March 17th 2014 in MOSCOT Shops and online at moscot.com, and in specialty retail and optical shops worldwide.
For more information on new and existing styles from all MOSCOT Collections, and for a complete list of shops selling MOSCOT eyewear, please visit moscot.com.
ABOUT MOSCOT EYEWEAR
All MOSCOT eyewear is handmade using the highest quality materials, real hardware, and hinges that are riveted through the temple and frame fronts to ensure the sturdiest construction possible. Every MOSCOT frame is available as ophthalmic eyewear or sunglasses, with or without a prescription, and is customizable in a variety of frame and lens color combinations and sizes. With nearly 100 years of eyewear expertise, MOSCOT carefully inspects every frame for quality control in its own labs, housed within its New York City Shops, before dispensing eyewear to customers worldwide.
For samples and/or high-resolution photos, or to speak with MOSCOT executives, please contact Jessica Penzari at Vendeloo Inc., 718.522.9875, or via email at [email protected].
MOSCOT is a New York City institution renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear -- The MOSCOT Originals, MOSCOT Spirit, and MOSCOT Sun Collections. MOSCOT infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with nearly 100 years of eyewear expertise and unparalleled craftsmanship to create its timeless eyewear. While now recognized as a global fashion brand, MOSCOT remains, at heart, a neighborhood optical shop.
ABOUT MOSCOT SUN
The MOSCOT Sun Collection, whether oversized and dramatic, or sleek and modern, or playful and fun, or glamorous and daring, or all of the above, is always a celebration of summer. The MOSCOT Sun Collection can be made with or without a prescription, and features either real glass or CR-39 lenses for UVA and UVB sun coverage -- in either case, we've got you covered. Who says protection can't be fun?
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