Two tone, one line
Words Editorial Staff
The M9 model from Lunor gets an addition to the family in bicolor look
Bold colors, and two of them: this is a basic principle in fashion and accessories. A well-balanced two-tone look makes every style exciting and individual. Lunor launches new color combinations with its current collection of the M9 line now. The bicolor look of the metal frame is produced in an elaborate process making the titanium at the rim around the eyes shine in subtle brown, green or blue.
Timelessly minimalistic and with harmonious design vocabulary, this model suits many different face shapes. This design is reduced to the essential staging these fine spectacles with a new two-tone play of colors: antique gold merges with warm brown, antique silver unites with noble midnight blue and satined rose gold nestles against mysterious green. All colors complement each other, giving exciting emphasis with the colored rim of the glasses.
The M9 gets its high-quality colorfulness in an elaborate process done by hand. At the first step, the whole frame is electroplated with gold, palladium and ruthenium. By careful brushing done by hand, the matt look is created. Following this, after all the other components have been masked off neatly and tidily, the rim around the eyes receives its unique color in three more steps consisting of priming, the color layer, and a matt protective coating. The small but fine details, such as the flexible pads and ergonomically shaped temples, must not be missing either in this new version of the M9, providing the familiar wearing comfort. This frame is available in a panto shape and a round shape