Moscot has introduced a new collection of optical and sunglass frames for fall/winter 2020.
Designed in the Lower East Side by Zack Moscot, fifth-generation and chief design officer, the new collection features six new frame styles where classic design meets modern heritage details.
The new ‘Shindig’ frame is a classic square silhouette that takes on a whole new feel with Custom Made Tint lenses. The ‘Lazer’ style is made from metal with ribbed filigree detail, a color coordinating sweat bar, real three-barrel hinges, and silicone nose pads. The ‘Haskel’ is made from acetate with a wrap-around frame front and two-dot rivets on the front and temples, a keyhole nose bridge, and real three-barrel hinges.
The ‘Dudel’ style is made from acetate with three-dot rivets on the front and temples, a geometric wire core, a keyhole bridge, and real five-barrel hinges. The ‘Golda’ is also made with acetate with two dot rivets on the front, temples with exposed metal detail, a keyhole bridge, and real five-barrel hinges. And the ‘Bluma’ style is made from acetate with two dot rivets on the temples, no exposed hardware on the frame front, a keyhole bridge, and real three-barrel hinges.
“I designed the new collection with ‘new age heritage’ in mind,” said Zack Moscot. “Sensible, classic, and functional eyewear designed with an added flair of downtown edge and style. The new styles feature design elements, techniques, and colorways that feel fresh while remaining true to our family’s time-honored craft and New York City heritage.”