Although the 2022 season came to an end, Kopajos doesn’t go anywhere! We’re planning a hectic winter to grant our sunglasses to reach the entire world.
Above the designs we introduced this year, we have some news. In the idea of a never-ending renovation and improvement of our products, some of our sunglasses’ new productions carry significant modifications to improve the quality and, most of all, the comfort.
Let’s start with one of our classics, the big caliber of our Dr. No, Big No, and Big No Rim. We said goodbye to the previous arms, a combination of different materials, for a new entire acetate temple of 140mm.
The proportions are still the same: the 44mm lenses are perfectly balanced with the 26mm bridge. The hinge is the same one we use for some of our sunglasses, like Tee Hee. Its style recalls the strong waves of the Aegean Sea, one of the primary inspiration sources you find in our boutiques’ layout. Both designs can be optical glasses too.
Besides the classic black, honey, and tarta dark, we have enlarged the available colors with pastel blue, green, and red.
The previous versions of Big No and Big No rim are available in our stores of Mykonos and Santorini, but also online: you can email us at email@example.com, and our staff will be glad to help.
Big No are available here.
The new line of Moonraker is in titanium, which will make the ultra-light sunglasses fan happy. In fact, wearing this updated version of this aviator, infact, will be like having no pressure on the nose. Nose pads make a significant part of the job because of their flexibility. Still, the material choice is fundamental for the scope.
We added a new color, metal blue, to the previous one already in the collection. Even the Moonraker can be used for any optical prescriptions: their rim-eye is congenial.
Sizes are the same. The lenses are 55mm, the bridge reaches 19mm, and the arms are 140mm. Temples are also defined with the spring hinge that makes them flexible to follow the head’s shape and improve the fit.
The new Moonraker are here.
Sandor gained significant attention thanks to the Giambattista Valli catwalk in October 2021 for the 2022 spring-summer ready-to-wear collection. This summer, they have been absolute protagonists. We thought it was necessary to increase the available combos, with skeletons in more strong colors, like metal blue and red. The new lenses are transparent orange.
For those who don’t know these sunglasses, it’s a unisex square design with defined angles that are perfect for small and broad faces, thanks to their shape. Lenses grow in length, reaching 58mm, so the bridge tightens at 20mm. 140mm arms have the spring hinge.
Watch the Giambattista Valli show and our sunglasses.
You find Sandor here.
Irma Bunt sunglasses join the titanium design of our renewed collection. The previous metal edition has been appreciated, but it was too heavy if worn for a long time.
The rounded lenses are still 48mm, and the bridge is 21mm, with 140mm arms, still fantastically flexible. We maintained the original detailed skeleton necessary to keep the front together with the rest of the shape. The same kind of details is on another of our models, the aviator Tamburino.
Metal blue is the newly available color. Irma Bunt can be suitable for prescription glasses. Irma Bunt are available here.
They have been the absolute stars of the 2019 summer collection, so restocking in our stores was necessary. This time we offer more options with new colors, some more summery, like the transparent and the havana, and others more wintery, like honey and pastel tones, a sure trend for the following year.
Let’s focus more on these sunglasses. It’s a small caliber, with oval lenses of 43mm (easily convertible in optical) and a 25mm bridge we designed to not tighten the sunglasses too much on the face to avoid distortion of the appearance. The temples measure 140mm, and their caps have on our design that recalls the waves of our Aegean Sea.
All the metal parts of Kisch are gold or silver. We suggest this design to those that are looking for something funny but straightforward. If you like oval sunglasses, we recommend looking at our Naom (in metal www.kopajos.com/product/naom) and Rene Mathis (www.kopajos.com/product/rene-mathis). Discover more about Kisch here.
Let’s conclude this overview with two other sunnies, Peter Frank and Fluffy, that are very different among them but share the significant success they both had this summer.
Peter Frank sunglasses are an acetate design with rounded lenses and small caliber, reaching 46mm. The bridge is 21mm in size, improving the comfortable fit thanks to the nose pads we merged in the shape without affecting its elegance. The arms are 145mm long and have caps with the typical waves of our acetate spectacles.
No need to say that Peter Frank can be ideally used for any optical prescription. For more information, you can click here.
The last sunglasses we would like to discuss are one of the designs we prefer the most. Fluffy are the result of a long study that allowed us to catch a small lens inside a bigger rim-eye without filling it completely. These cat-eye are in titanium, making them light and fragile at the same time. Take care always of your Kopajos sunglasses!
An accurate sight may find two small central canals on the perimeter of the lenses. In fact, an almost invisible nylon wire helps keep the crystals stuck on the lower side of the frame. That’s the reason why we do not suggest these glasses for any optical prescriptions unless you do not have a serious professional for this kind of precision cut.
Arms have a spring hinge, and nose pads can be adjusted to improve the fit.
We have found an exceptional ambassador for Fluffy: Italian actress and TV emerging host Mariasole Pollio wore Fluffy Matt Gold/Mirrored Gold in one of her Instagram stories.
You will find Fluffy available at this link.