LOOK BOOK A/W 2021
Where the fashion world has had a couple of rough years, eywear fashion is still going strong. People need eyewear and there is a lot to choose from these days and this autumn it seems that we dare to move away a little it from the black and beige trend.
KunoQvist has always worked a lot with colors and details. This collection is no exception. The colors have been found in the art world, have been inspired by contemporary interior design and earlier decades. The details, the patterns and the decorative spring hinges, are part of our heritage and have all worked their way in to the design. If you look at the collection as a whole, you can clearly see how the different frames match with each other and form a pleasant picture.
The women's collection is divided into one more modern and one more traditional part. We also see the division of metal and combination frames where we used acetate in the front to make the frame a little more playful and visual. Our designer has worked with the super-trendy powdery color scale we see in fashion now and has played with the transparency in the acetate fronts.
We also see some stronger colors reminiscent of a sporty holiday by the Mediterranean, or in the Alps. A flirt with the 80´s. We still have the combinations of copper and the typical KunoQvist colors that can give some recognition. Copper as a metal element is also an ongoing trend in the eyewear world right now.
3 large, thin metal frames that are very much in fashion with their deep lens shapes are Blastin, Freydis and Fenja. Blastin has a butterfly shape reminiscent of the big fashion houses and an Yves Klein blue color that really shines, despite the thin shell. Fenja is a more square model with the same depth and more neutral colors and Freydis is a large round with a high trend factor.
We have Vakker and Fridsig in metal with a subtle decor on the bracket. Typical color techniques for KunoQvist. Vakker is a slightly larger, angular arch that requires the right carrier and Fridsig is a slightly smaller variant of this.
Elida and Askla are two combi frames where Elida is a large, rectangular wire-frame with nylon underneath, something that enables a completely transparent look in the front. Askla has an exciting, catlike, and very feminine shape in thin metal with a rim lid behind the bracket. Both are produced in a beautiful powdery color scale plus a slightly stronger orange color that is completely in time. In the autumn of 21, we may need a little extra color after a long period of waiting and a somewhat anxious look in fashion.
Glada and Amora have a happy upward-angled decor on the front that also gives the wearer a happy expression. Glada is an almond shape and Amora a larger round.
Runavi and Petrola are two titanium frames with an incredibly beautiful pattern in the metal on the front that resembles braided leather. Runavi is rounder and Petrola more rectangular. The colors are classic and maybe the pattern will be too over time.
Thora is simply a small ladies' frame in metal with a touch of glitter on the front for the slightly more careful wearer.
Thalia has an open corner that gives it an airy and light expression and is a little smaller in size.
Isolin is a small metal frame that has been given extra life in its imaginative decor of paint splashes for the slightly more artistic woman.
Paulinio, named after and dedicated to our Danish salesman Poul. Here, our designer has used the same technology as in Elida with nylon which gives a completely transparent front and holds the construction together. The shape brings the early 70's to mind.
Agnemund is a variant of Paulinio but in a straighter shape.
Bernard is a really big and trendy men's bow with acetate front and metal temples. Discreet colors, suits the man with the larger head who is not afraid to be a bit expressive in his style.
Palter has a round shape that can be unisex and a striped structure in the metal. One of the frames comes in the same Yves Klein blue as the ladies’ frame Blastin.
Assur is a round titanium. An incredibly easy-to-carry almost cute frame that adapts to its wearer.
Bearsvit is a classic sporty KunoQvist in straight shapes.
Botnar is a slightly smaller, discreet round metal frame in matte colors that can be matched with several different styles.