Lafont Debuts New Pour Les Enfants Frames


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Quick Take: Lafont has released new styles for back-to-school from its Pour Les Enfantes collection of children's eyewear. The company strives to create colorful, playful eyewear that kids will adore and these new back-to-school 2018, Lafont Pour Les Enfants collection debuts an array of optical styles suited specifically for children and their unique personalities and tastes.
Specifics: Designed in Paris and meticulously hand crafted in France, the collection is accredited the OFG label, Origine France Garantie (Origin France Guarantee).
Selling Points: Cirque and Casimir frame styles are the latest optical frames. They use premium raw materials including cellulose acetate and stainless steel for increased flexibility, strength and comfort. Additionally, these style show off an exclusively designed spring hinge, and these frames not only ensure comfort, but also gives kids the ability to easily remove and put on their glasses by themselves. Brightly colored patterns along with a combination of translucent and opaque acetate, bring a playful touch to each frame. The Cowboy and Canaille frames were designed for children ages seven to 12 years old. Handcrafted from cellulose acetate, the frames are offered in both vibrant colors and timeless hues such as tortoise.