Zyloware's Etched collection tattoo inspired

March 15, 2012

The latest collection from Zyloware features bold and edgy tattoo-inspired designs. Etched by Zyloware, launching in April, is the newest addition to Zyloware?s house brands featuring bold styles for both men and women.

Port Chester, NY - The latest collection from Zyloware features bold and edgy tattoo-inspired designs. Etched by Zyloware, launching in April, is the newest addition to Zyloware’s house brands featuring bold styles for both men and women.

Etched styles are perfect for those who like to stand out in a crowd. Frames feature tattoo-inspired designs including daggers, tribal patterns and fleur de lis. For men, the colors are tonal and subdued, while women’s frames are rich in color.

The men’s collection includes the full-rim metal front XP 602M in a modified rectangular shape with a striking shield décor; the semi-rimless sheet metal front XP 604M in a modified rectangular shape with a decorative dagger plaque on the temple; the semi-rimless XP 605M in a modified rectangular shape with a lasered tribal pattern design on the temple; the two-toned, semi-rimless XP 606M in a modified rectangular shape with a decorative fleur-de-lis metal plaque; the retro-inspired full-rimmed XP 607Z embellished with a fleur de lis pattern; and the retro-inspired XP 608M featuring a sheet metal top and regular rimwire bottom, also embellished with a fleur de lis metal plaque.

The women’s collection includes the full rim metal, oval framed XP 401M with an intricate rose cut-out and colorful epoxy fill; the semi-rimless, modified rectangular XP 402M with an intricately layered, multi-colored effect and a delicate metal fleur-de-lis plaque; the semi-rimless, petite oval-shaped XP 403M; the full-rimmed, modified rectangular XP 405M with a bold tribal rose design on the wide zyl temple; the full-rimmed metal, oval-shaped XP 406M with an ornate plated and hand-filled metal plaque; and the full-rimmed, modified oval-shaped XP 408Z with a cut out overlay and a printed tribal rose design on wide handcrafted zyl temples.

More information can be found on the company’s Web site [www.zyloware.com].

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