Specsavers has collaborated with model agency director, Maureen Martin, to profile its stunning Design Collective range at Camerata Ireland’s annual Clandeboye Festival held during August courtesy of Lady Dufferin.
Novel graduate designs offer specs appeal
The range features 16 glasses and sunglasses designed by four students from Glasgow, Loughborough, London and Dundee and the four winning designers, Emily Hill, Lydia Blackshaw, Tiffany Bachelet and Joshua Teodoro have drawn on their personal inspirations to create the new range that celebrates individuality and encourages everyone to wear their specs with pride.
Fashion event showcases young fashion and music talent
Maureen Martin’s Celebration of Music and Fashion was part of Barry Douglas’s week-long Clandeboye Festival and featured an evening concert showcasing the talents of both young classical musicians and graduate fashion designers from Belfast Met and Ulster University with outfits accessorized by the Specsavers Design Collective frames.
Also profiling their work with bespoke ‘Urban Chic’ and ‘Pure Romance’ creations styled with Specsavers glasses were, international designer Geraldine Connon and milliner Maureen Paterson, both of whom are locally based in Northern Ireland.
Design Collective frames available locally
The new Design Collective range is available from Specsavers locally and glasses lovers looking to express their individual style through their specs can choose two pairs for £99.