Venerable New York City institution, MOSCOT, has unveiled its Second Edition MOSCOT Titanium collection for Spring/Summer 2010. The German-made, Second Edition Titanium frames are constructed in two parts – the fronts, made […]
Venerable New York City institution, MOSCOT, has unveiled its Second Edition MOSCOT Titanium collection for Spring/Summer 2010. The German-made, Second Edition Titanium frames are constructed in two parts – the fronts, made of pure titanium and nickel-free, are strong, sturdy and hypoallergenic, and the frame temples, which are made of beta-titanium, a softer, more pliant material that can be easily adjusted for the The MOSCOT Titanium collection translates the bold, unmistakable look of MOSCOT Originals into a slimmed down, lightweight silhouette – the same distinctive look and personality of the MOSOCT Originals, only a bit more understated.
“By combining our classic, vintage-inspired styles with the latest in eyewear technology, we’ve created a unique collection that is both timeless and timely at the same time,” said Kenny Moscot, President of MOSCOT. “We’ve worked hard to produce a classic look that is thoroughly modern – a whole new take on MOSCOT fans’ favorite styles.”
The Second Edition Titanium frames debuting at MIDO include The Lemtosh-T, The Nebb-T, The Miltzen-T and The Zelig-T, each featuring brand new temple tip colors
Photos by Beau Grealy.
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