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Safilo to Relocate Its North American Headquarters, Consolidates Its US Distribution Network

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Parsippany, NJ and Padua Italy–Safilo Group, the Italian eyewear creator and worldwide distributor of eyewear, recently announced the intent to relocate its North American headquarters which is currently co-located with a Distribution Center in Parsippany, NJ. This follows the decision to simplify and streamline operationally its US Logistics and Distribution …

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Safilo and Kate Spade Renew Eyewear License

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Padua, Italy–Safilo Group, a global leader in the premium eyewear, and kate spade new york, announced Wednesday that they renewed their licensing agreement until December 31, 2015. The multi-year agreement and additional three-year renewal option extends a partnership originally forged in 2005 which includes production and international distribution of kate …

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Safilo Renews YSL License

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Padua, Italy–Yves Saint Laurent and eyewear powerhouse Safilo Group have announced the renewal of their eyewear license, effective through December 31, 2015. The agreement stipulates that Safilo will design, produce and distribute worldwide Yves Saint Laurent’s eyeglass frames and sunglass collections. “We are extremely satisfied to continue with Safilo our …

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Juicy Couture’s ‘Two-in-One’ Sunglass Concept

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Parsippany, NJ—Suffering from an identity crisis? Well, a new Juicy Couture sunglass collection might be just the antidote. The collection—called  Create—features an interchangeable temple concept that allows the wearer to change colors by switching the temples. The vintage, oversized plastic frames with a “key hole” bridge design come in a …

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Drama Queen. Don’t worry, it’s not a bad thing–we’re sure the name calling was exactly what our beloved Alexander McQueen was going for when he designed these beauties. His modern day cateyes mirror the classic ’50s/’60s silhouette– but with an updated modern twist. We love the use of two-tone colors, especially …