Why Not White?
Published on April 5, 2016
Chalk, ivory, snow and milk- each are white in colour and evocative of an unblemished and organic purity. Whites are basic, but not lacking in complexity. The interplay between whites and light can produce subtle variations in their appearance. In contrast, the deliberate placement of a white object against a darker or coloured ground can have dramatic impact, as the angles and edges of that object become more sharply defined. [caption id="attachment_2638" align="aligncenter" width="621"] Thierry Lasry's pairing of white and gold[/caption] An appreciation of white as a stark accent colour has been made evident by its inclusion within several noteworthy eyewear collections featured at Josephson Opticians this season. Accessorize an assemble with sublime, hand-crafted acetate sunglasses by Thierry Lasry and Kaleos Eyehunters. The later brand is based in Barcelona Spain and is currently available in Canada exclusively at our locations throughout Toronto. [caption id="attachment_2853" align="aligncenter" width="622"] Futuristic forms from Kaleos Eyehunters[/caption] White stained, piano varnished, ebony wood temples are featured on one particularly exceptional Chrome Hearts frame. The temples are paired with an antique finished titanium front and are further enhanced with fine sterling silver decor. This white wonder is available for viewing at our Flagship location. [caption id="attachment_2855" align="aligncenter" width="479"] Refined sophistication crafted by Chrome Hearts[/caption]