|By PR Newswire||
|April 3, 2014 03:03 AM EDT||
LONDON, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
UK sports lifestyle brand unveils four new models
UK based sports/lifestyle accessories company Breo today launch their SS14 Sunglasses collection, comprising four diverse models, available exclusively through the breo.com website. From a new twist on a classic frame to gorgeous feminine and aggressive masculine styles, the collection covers a diverse palette of looks and styles.
The Betty are a contemporary, stylish shape featuring soft rounded lenses, available in 4 subtle translucent colours. The Downhill ICE design is Breo's sportiest model to date, rounded square lenses, straight leg design and a durable, lightweight frame.
The Resident frame, classic styling given the Breo twist, comes in two flavours, the two tone colourway and the ICE translucent framed variation. Resident features charcoal rims contrasted by a choice of mint, orange, red or white leg. The Resident ICE range all feature the translucent ICE frames with a choice of blue, green, orange or mirror lenses.
Breo Creative Director Keith Arnott said of the collection, "For SS14 we are looking to continue the momentum gathered from our hugely successful 2013 collection. The Introduction of 3 great new frame shapes; in an array of eye catching colour ways is adding even more choice to our well established range. Our incredibly comfortable S-TRM finish is what makes these stand out from the crowd, try a pair on and you'll understand why!"
View the SS14 Collection now - http://www.breo.com
All of Breo's sunglasses featuring a Three Step Protection system:
- 100% UV protection tested and approved to BS EN 1836:2005 & AS/NZS 1067:2003 standards.
- Polycarbonate (PolycarX®) impact resistant lenses.
- Soft touch rubber membrane finish (Soft TRM®) for greater comfort and sweat resistance.
NOTES TO EDITOR:
High-resolution images are available on request.
Breo Founder & Director Rob Morrison and Creative Director Keith Arnott are available for interview.
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