Colour trend: upbeat with artistic combinations

FACE A FACE : surprising colours to prompt radiance and joy

Fresh eyewear proposals are here for Spring, and colour plays a leading role. Mood-lifting tones and special combinations with energetic, rich tonal flourishes bring an artful upbeat direction to the season’s new frames.

The French design label FACE A FACE has directed their attention on spirited colour throughout their new collection, with  geometric, structured forms and exciting vibrant colour details, ideal for moving out of winter tones and long months of ‘dressing down’.  Above: model Bocca Tweet is brand new! The frame has a cubic construction – the front and the side appear to have been carved from a single 3D block. The oversized, squarish eye shape is a perfectly ideal choice for women wanting the latest looks

Blue, enlivened by touches of red on front and end tips: the new FACE A FACE Bocca Tweet 1 comes in some very tempting colour combos with the distinctive ‘pixelated’ details of the Bocca concept

Lively colour combinations are increasingly sought after for variety and a spark of fun. With several variations available, the FACE A FACE Bocca Tweet 1 in blue paired with transparent red (above) is bold and creatively fused – a nice choice to wear right now. Sophisticated in effect, frames with this level of colour are instantly eye-catching and easy to dress both up and down.

MOREL par Jean Nouvel
Götti Switzerland
OGI Eyewear
FACE A FACE Masha 1: teal is a universally flattering colour and highlights most skin tones – the colour pairs well with neutrals and many other classic colours

With features in bronze and aluminium tones, iconic cat’s eye shape Masha – a lightweight metal frame – is classical and feminine. The two versions – round or rectangular – play with transparent and fluorescent effects and tones such as teal (above) or coral pink with transparent temples, and terracotta enhanced by safari print.

All FACE A FACE frames are created to reveal the individual’s unique personality and the details of the frames such as the colours and artistic concepts make these pieces creative, independent ‘objects of design’. Find your frame for Spring! Visit