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Futurism and high-tech engineering are at the very centre of the SS17 optical frame collection from SPINE.

Flat brow lines, modern angular silhouettes and precision-engineered acetate combine with the globally patented SPINE auto-closing screw-less hinge, an homage to the interaction between vertebrae in the backbone. It is SPINE’s most daring optical collection yet.

With an inner mesh-like structure, the new 3D black and 3D navy versions of the flat browed SP1016 model speaks modernity and is a perfect complement to any outfit thanks to the crystal block acetate. Tortoiseshell and black hue colour options provide classic and discrete alternatives.

Giving little more than a passing nod to the pilot silhouettes of yesteryear, the SP2012 frame revamps the iconic shape in typical boundary-pushing SPINE fashion. The matte–finished metal fronted model is sized slightly larger to allow for varifocal or photochromic lenses and low nose pad placement raises the frame away from the cheeks for utmost comfort. Marbled acetate temples add depth and stylistic eyewear design.

Modernism meets eyewear design practicality with the metal and acetate SP2013. Flat lines and shallow angles have been replaced with gentle curvature and a dropped nose bridge for a new take on wearable eyewear design. Wide nose pad placement means the frame will fit every type of face and an internal lens rim is perfect for concealing high prescriptions.