True Vintage 1980’s Nouvelle Vague Made in Italy
This sophisticated contemporary eyewear deservedly counts among the lines that bear witness to the liveliness of Italian styling. Nouvelle Vague and the stylistic element which characterizes these collections, stems from the mind and hands of Paolo Seminara, the creator of VOGUE. Now when you talk about Vogue Lunettes, you have to imagine the leader brand of Luxottica Group, but when Paolo Seminara started in 1973, it was only a “self-made man” who worked with tenaciousness and determination. Nouvelle Vague is a more sophisticated line based on extreme refinement both in the chromatists and in the technological research. When it comes to fashion in Sunglasses and Optical frames, Paolo Seminara is widely recognized as the “king of designer”. His motto is “Never Thinking That Anything Is Impossible To Achieve!”
Overall Frame Width
Eyeglass Frames Size Guide
There are several measurements when it comes to eyeglasses, of which there are 4 important measurements.
Chances are that your current glasses have measurements engraved on the inside of the temples. A temple may contain: the brand, model name and 50 □ 19 140 , 50/19 140 or 50 19-140. These measurements indicate three frame dimensions—lens width, bridge width, and temple length. The overall frame width, however, will not be printed on the temple arm.
Once you know the measurements of your current glasses, you can easily choose the right pair of glasses that best suit you.
Measure the lens horizontally, at its widest point.
Measure horizontally, from one edge of the bridge to the other.
Measure from the hinge—where the arm connects in the front— to the spot where the arm begins to bend down around the ear. Then measure from the top of the bend to the bottom tip. Add these together for the total temple arm length.
Overall Frame Width
Measure the horizontal front of the frame, from one end to the other