Prue by Ronit Fürst at Optrafair Exhange
Prue Leith will be launching her first range of frames at Optrafair. MAC and PURE Eyewear presents the amazing new eyewear collection from Prue Leith and Ronit Fürst Eyewear.
Initially, the collection will consist of 12 designs in six colourways and patterns per style. Bright tones like blue, green, red and purple have been colour-blocked alongside hand printed patterns such as tortoiseshell on sleek and cohesive acetate frames designed to suit all face shapes.
Leith said: ‘What inspired me to develop this range with the brilliant Ronit Furst was winning Spectacle Wearer of the Year and the many people, women and men, who have complimented me on my love of colour.’
Mark Carpenter of MAC and PURE Eyewear, wholesaler and joint licensee of the collection, added: ‘MAC and PURE Eyewear are delighted to announce their co-agreement with Ronit Furst to promote our new collection, Prue by Ronit Furst. After working with Prue over the last few years we were very excited to form this collaboration as Prue genuinely loves Ronit Furst eyewear, as do we.’
Prue by Ronit Fürst available from MAC and PURE Eyewear Stand A71 at Optrafair Exchange.
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