The frames are partially made from recycled plastic bottles, as well as other materials, to create a selection of desirable frames. Working closely with key industry bodies to ensure the collection meets the best standards currently in place, the frames show how Specsavers’ is taking steps towards a more conscientious approach to manufacturing.
The name of the collection reflects that Specsavers are reusing plastic bottles into something that can be worn again and again….recycled never looked so good.
How are the ReWear frames inspired by nature?
Not only are the frames partially made from recycled materials, but their design also has nature at the forefront. The collection comes in a variety of colours which are typically found in nature, from moss and sand to blossom, rain and slate. This nature-inspired colour palette allows the frames to be complimentary to everyone, and the different designs can offer both a subtle or statement look.
Here we’ll take a closer look at the collection, to see how the frames are really inspired by nature.
Wooden colour palette
Simple square glasses
Minimal and modern frames
Bright round glasses
Sea blue framed glasses
Specsavers’ new ReWear collection is a demonstration of partially reusing materials to create stylish frames that can be worn again and again. Offering several different designs and colours, there is a frame for everyone — explore the whole collection here
Curious about the ReWear launch and how they would look on you? Try out our virtual try-on tool to see which style is the one for you before you buy. And check out our #LoveGlasses blog for more style guides and inspiration.