Etnia Barcelona Eyewear AFRICA 07 HVGR

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MODEL: AFRICA 07 Havana Green

Africa 07 unisex models are the most versatile ones in the Africa collection, they match any outfit, lifestyle or activity.

Unisex round frame with lamination on the top portion of the frame front and a touch of colour on the temple tips.

COLLECTION: WILD LOVE IN AFRICA with STEVE McCURRY

TYPE OF LENSE: Degradé lenses

- Natural mineral glass lenses providing the clearest sight in the world.

- Shock-resistant with anti-scratch and anti-static electricity treatment.

- Maximum UV protection.

- Triple-layer anti-reflective interior.

- Resistant to temperatures of over 400ºC.

INSPIRATION

The creation of this collection was inspired by Africa and its textures, particularly those known to the fashion world; “Animal Prints”. Its textures reproduce the colour of wood, zebra hair, giraffe skin and horns.

The acetate of the collection is designed by Etnia Barcelona and manufactured exclusively by Mazzuccheli (Milan), the largest acetate factory in Europe. 

STEVE McCURRY

Steve McCurry (24th February 1950) is an American photojournalist who is known around the world because of his photograph “Afghan Girl”, which appeared in the National Geographic magazine in 1985. His career in photography began with the war in Afghanistan (1978-1992). He has also covered other international conflicts such as the war between Iraq and Iran and the Gulf War... Learn more.

BEST QUALITY

The WILD LOVE IN AFRICA collection features mineral lenses, and the collection is created with a 100% eco-friendly acetate, made using natural organic compounds (cotton and cellulose paste) that are 100% recyclable and biodegradable.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Etnia Barcelona’s Wild Love in Africa collection collaborates with the NGO Africa Rising Foundation, a non-profit organisation founded by Ndaba and Kweku Mandela at the end of 2009 in order to contribute to the development of the African continent.

 



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