Specsavers has unveiled its autumn/winter collection for 2020, revealing more than 200 frames in five distinct trends. 

As part of the launch, streetwear label Levi's is also set to launch its first range of frames into all Specsavers stores from 28 May. 

Specsavers has over 300 stores across Australia.

The autumn/winter collection will feature frames in translucents, molten metals, soft moss, earth tones and grey colourways, finishes and materials.

Highlights for the collection include a collaboration with design house DKNY, which has been recently introduced to the Specsavers designer portfolio. 

The collection also features collaborations with Hugo, Marc Jacobs and Tommy Hilfiger as well as Australian brands Kylie Minogue and Alex Perry.

Specsavers' head of frames Juan Carlos Camargo said that the new collection features familiar styles and textures with a twist.

"The A/W ‘20 styles see interesting executions of the materials used, which has resulted in unique textures and interesting shapes in the designs.

"We have translucent acetate infused with bright pops of glitter in our new Marc Jacobs range, distinctive acetate and metal combinations in the Levi’s collection and mottled acetate applications in our newest designer collaboration with DKNY – all up, the seasonal collection truly stands out for all the right reasons, with each frame created with premium quality finishes.

"Shapes emerging for the new season are those which have carried over from past seasons, with subtle nuances and evolutions.

"Vintage square shapes have been introduced in our Premium Metal range and the retro round frame continues to have a presence, with different interpretations such as squared off edges to give the style a geometric look.

"We are also seeing a new take on the aviator frame, with bridgeless designs reinterpreted with the use of twisted temples and rose gold detailing," he said. 

The range is price from $199 for two pairs single vision and will be dropping into Specsavers stores nationwide throughout autumn and winter. 

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