Eyewear History: Metal Combination Frames
BROWLINE – OR METAL COMBINATION – FRAMES ARE A STYLE OF EYEWEAR FEATURING “BOLD” ACETATE UPPER RIMS THAT RESEMBLE EYEBROWS COMBINED WITH LOWER METAL RIMS.
“MOORE is all about the curves and the lines. The designer
was very inspired by the work of Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore.”
– Robert Roope
The MOORE is a sculptured angular design with gentle sweeping curves and three bridge fittings that allows a closer alignment with the brow line. The design adds angular lines to rounder face and a feminine look with the cat eye upper rim easily positioned along the brow line.
Suits: This frame is most suitable for broader faces. The combination of a fitted bridge and shallow upward curves helps to create an angular look.
Fit notes: The design is available in 2 bridge sizes making it an ideal frame choice. A very angular up-curving rim arrangement that easily follows the brow line add character to the face.
MOORE Regular Bridge: Eye 51 / Bridge 22mm / Temple 145
MOORE Small Bridge: Eye 51 / Bridge 20mm / Temple 145