Light, technical titanium design

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June 29, 2020

Blackfin’s Razor collection of optical frames are made from 1mm titanium sheet. The styles are crafted using special micromechanical processes the company custom-engineered for these frames. Technical properties include the new one-piece hinge, a technical breakthrough that also brings a design detail upgrade. The common trait among the new Razor frames is their retro flair, emphasized by the bridge that updates the typical Blackfin design. Geometric, sculpted in three dimensions, the bridge emphasizes the frame’s vintage allure. Monochrome metallic colours or metal exteriors combine with contrasting interior hues. The styles include model Annie, a delicate frame with large round rims, and model Zara, with a more contoured, hexagonal shape. Colour options for these two styles are: monochrome black, metallic powder pink, bright metallic blue, metallic Burgundy red, bright metallic violet and optic white. Two-tone versions include: white/polished silver, dark metallic bordeaux/polished silver, or Nano-PlatedTM Champagne Light Gold combined with raspberry or bright metallic blue. This line adds another element to the Blackfin series: Blackfin One, instilled with the brand’s DNA, is the label that identifies the main collection; Blackfin Aura, where titanium intersects with and is enhanced by cellulose acetate rims; and now, Blackfin Razor, all the typical features of Blackfin in an even lighter version, says the company.

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