Dunelm Optical are delighted to announce the launch of their eagerly awaited 2018/19 Eyewear Collection
With its high gloss and professional finish, Dunelm’s 2018/19 Eyewear Collection catalogue is out now and features over 140 stunning new UK designed optical and prescription sun frames. From thoroughly modern classics to original eclectic styles, the new collection encompasses quality design, craftsmanship and fashion flair to suit a diverse audience.
Premium designer brands Lyle & Scott and Paul Costelloe have added a number of impressive new frames to their range, whilst Dunelm's house brands also hit the fashion spot with pops of colour, cool designs and edgy styles including understated elegance from their Julian Beaumont collection and vintage vibes from their popular Retro range.
For originality, look no further than British lifestyle brand Lyle & Scott. New MOD Foyers 2 is available in classic Black and features a tasteful Argyle print on the inside giving a nod to the brands Scottish heritage. Also available in dramatic Havanna and subtle Dark Brown. Angular and strong, Foyers 2 is a masculine shaped frame made from the finest shiny Italian mazzucchelli acetate. The lightweight frame features the iconic golden eagle logo as a 3D embellishment on the contemporary designed acetate and metal combination sides. Sure to become a classic and popular frame for 2018.
All the frames from the new collection can be seen at Dunelm’s brand new state-of-the-art stand at Optrafair, in the new 156 page catalogue or by seeing your local Regional Sales Manager. What’s more, all frames across all ranges are available all-in glazed and all lenses are surfaced on children's frames when all-in glazed at no extra cost.
Peter Beaumont, CEO; "Our 2018/19 Eyewear Collection is outstanding and we are incredibly proud of the quality, design and the extensive selection we have to offer our customers. This year’s collection sets a precedent for high quality products, attention to detail and continues to compliment todays fashion and culture whilst covering all price points, there really is something for everyone".