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Glasses go 'bio'. Partnership between Bio-on and Kering Eyewear.

The two companies will work together on new eco-sustainable materials to match and exceed the characteristics of the plastics used to date in eyewear The aim is to create a series of innovative materials to broaden creativity Kering Eyewear, part of Kering Group, created to manage the eyewear category for the Group's brands, is the world's first company in the sector to use Bio-on biopolymers BOLOGNA - PADOVA (Italy) September 5, 2017 - Bio-on, listed in the AIM segment of the Borsa...

Meditation Gear Just Got a Lot More Fashion-Forward

© Provided by The CutDistrict Vision’s sport eyeglasses have chic tinted lenses, but don’t try to tell the founders — Saint Lauren and Acne alums though they may be — that there’s anything on trend about them.“They’re actually tinted based on the kind of light you’re running in,” explained Tom Daly. “As soon as it gets shown by a brand in a different area, it takes on a different light.” That’s the essence of the brand: functional fitness gear that can’t help being a little fashion-y,...

WR Yuma makes recycled 3D printed sunglasses that are eco-friendly and stylish

Sep 5, 2017 | By BenedictBelgian startup W.R. Yuma is using 3D printing to make sunglasses made from plastic waste. The stylish 3D printed sunglasses are made from car dashboards, soda bottles, and even refrigerators.Green energy, recycling, saving the planet… these are all undoubtedly good things, but it’s not often you’ll hear them described as “cool.” Maybe by high school science teachers, but that hardly counts.But what if the recycling of plastic waste could make you, well, actually...