This past spring, designer Cynthia Shapiro released a new line of eyewear and accessories for Cinzia Designs, which is a company known for creating functional fashion pieces for the confident wearer.
The latest line puts a special focus on “signature cutting edge, minimalist style in a timeless, go-with-everything color palette.” With 12 new styles of the popular eyeglass and sunglass line, Cinzia Designs also boasted four more original pieces for the Sport series, which carries unisex sunglasses.
Cinzia not only expanded its glasses collection this past spring, but also fun, fashionable accessories like handbags, scarves, bracelets and watches gained more styles to their respective lines. Along with these new items, Cinzia continued to broaden its reach with eyeglass accessories by adding matching necklaces for the eyeglasses, each handcrafted in the official Scottsdale-based studio.
Though the pieces have complementing counterparts, the glasses and necklaces are also meant to mix and match; each pair of glasses also comes with a matching case for ease in that on-the-go lifestyle many possess today. Cinzia Designs also has lines called Trendiesand Redeuxthat specialize in glasses and accessories.
The upcoming fall line of Cinzia Designs will see a new batch of hand-crafted earrings as well as a collection of one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces intended to keep each customer feeling exclusive and original.
Certain stores throughout the United States carry the Cinzia Designs items, or they can be found online at www.cinziadesigns.com. The prices vary between $60 and $270, and the complete line is found on the website.
A division of Europa International, Cinzia Designs knows that each outfit could easily need a different look in eyewear, and it strives to give customers many choices for every event, whether it be a swanky dinner party or important business meeting.
Shapiro founded Cinzia Designs in 2002 and “is passionate about creating statement-making, unconventional, avant-garde readers, sunwear, and accessories to express one’s personal style.”