(CARLSBAD, CA) October 14, 2005— Luxurious, rich, and exotic. Spy Optic, Inc. announces the launch of the Spy Leather Collection. Releasing in time for holiday, the collection showcases the brand's sunglasses as luxury accessories suitable for every season.
Each leather sunglass is created by Italian craftsman who have decades of experience in luxury goods. Creative Director Jérôme Mage comments, “The three frames chosen for this collection are the embodiment of different lifestyles. The Mode is streamlined and timeless, the angular MC is the most popular, and the Dynasty is our most feminine fashion equipped piece.” Mage continues, “The leathers were chosen to complement each frame's unique personality. The magnificent brown python skin is on the Mode while the sleek black lizard is on the MC. The tan ostrich leather is the most vanguard and finds her spots on the Dynasty.
Spy's Leather Collection eyewear comes well-appointed in a custom aluminum case anodized in rich brown and lined with a cream felt interior. MSRP for each piece is USD $300. The collection will begin shipping November 22, 2005.
Spy Optic designs, develops and markets premium products for the action sports and youth lifestyle markets. Spy's principal products, sunglasses and goggles, target the action sports market, including surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding, and motocross, and the youth lifestyle market within fashion, music, and entertainment. Spy's innovative proprietary products utilize high-quality materials, handcrafted manufacturing processes and engineered optical lens technology to convey premium quality, contemporary style, and progressive design. Spy is a wholly owned subsidiary of Orange 21, Inc. (NASDAQ:ORNG).
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Jessica Trent Nichols
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