Gradients and colours have inspired the new Coalesce concept and campaign at Andy Wolf. The new designs were the result of experimentation with geometric shapes coming together. A variety of millings and facets give the acetate glasses a three-dimensional, tangible depth, while the interaction of metal with acetate also creates new, lively designs. The new WHITE HEAT Multi Blade models Campbell, Agam and Marshall also show an interaction of contrasting materials - with a fine line of metal that runs through the brow arch, showcasing dedication to craft. “Gradients and colours are diverse. Opposites meet, they run into each other, mix together, and in the end, create something completely new…”. The acetate gradients have been developed in house to be used exclusively by Andy Wolf. The selected combinations are the focus of many frame designs and give the glasses “that certain something” – unique to the line. Some of the metal frames also feature just a slight colour change. To create the “Ultra Light” models for the puristic WHITE HEAT collection, a complex process was used to develop acetates which were then used on the nose bridge, temple tips, and even as nose pads. The models Freda, Chia and Saar can be seen with unique Havanas: a subtle rose-gray, a spring-like yellow-green-pink, and a soft cream-mother-of-pearl. These specially developed acetates are used in very different ways, as in model John, an oversized sunglass style in triple gradient with pink sun lenses and a little glitter on top.