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Cohen's Fashion Optical Shares NYFW Eyewear Trends



NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Cohen's Fashion Optical, a top fashion retailer that provides fashion eyewear and eye exams, discusses NYFW top style; Cat-Eye Trend.

In the Fashion Industry, September is the most important month of the year. During New York Fashion Week, the city is devoted to all things fashion; celebrities, stylists, buyers, editors, designers, models, and photographers. Fashion eyewear is unquestionably the accessory of the season, with a very conspicuous focus on the surprisingly versatile cat-eye shape.

  1. Masculine Pieces. Pair traditionally masculine pieces, like coordinated separates and oversized blazers, with a feline-frame. Try Stella McCartney or Dita sunglasses for a touch of unexpected girlishness.
  2. Make that Statement. Embrace a bit of punk with a layered t-shirt under a moto-jacket. Add in a colored cat-eye frame for an extra pop and rock it like you're from an 80's music video. Try Stella McCartney or Fendi for a fun frame.
  3. Whimsical is Way Cool. Add a mid-sized cat-eye frame with a funky and whimsical twist. Pair Fendi or Dita frames with patterned shirts or pants for a wild style.
  4. Red is Bold. Red is a fall color, but such a bold color choice often calls for a more subdued lens. Pick red cat-eyed frames with a clear lens. Check out Gucci and Saint Laurent.
  5. Sporty Chic. Pair sporty wear with pink-hued or rhinestone accented cat-eyed frames to dress up any occasion. Try Tom Ford or Gucci for a fun frame.
  6. Glamour Girls. Incorporate metallic textiles and graphics on your cat-eyed sunglasses. Pair them with bulky blazers, punk sportswear, and moto-jackets. You'll be glamourous on any cat walk. Check out Gucci and Fendi.

About Cohen's Fashion Optical

90 Years of Quality Eyecare & Eyewear

Ninety years ago, our founder, Jack Cohen, pioneered a new philosophy in the retail eyewear business. His vision was, everyone who needed prescription eyeglasses wanted to look better, see better, and feel better about themselves. In 1927, Cohen's Fashion Optical became the only fashion eyewear retail location to be found in New York. Cohen's quickly became a New York city retail landmark. Today, with over 130 franchise stores in the US and Puerto Rico, Cohen's is one of the top ten optical retailers in the country and one of the longest operating franchise companies in the country.

Media Contact: Allisa DiPolito, Cohen's Fashion Optical, 631-319-1611, allisa@fishbat.com

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