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Ksubi Eyewear … Underground, crazy and so unique: now avalaible in Europe

par Ana Sedes le 02 August 2011, dans Ksubi


British distribution company EYE RESPECT Ltd. and the Australian group SUNSHADES EYEWEAR Ltd. have both signed a distribution agreement for France, Europe, North America and South Africa. A distribution agreement that is going to allow the group SUNSHADES EYEWEAR Ltd. to grow the visibility of its brands throughout the European territory but also quasi-international. Let’s note that the group SUNSHADES EYEWEAR Ltd. develops and distributes the eyewear brands LE SPECS, HENRY HOLLAND by LE SPECS, KSUBI Eyewear, KAREN WALKER Eyewear et FLINT HANDCRAFTED.

KSUBI… history, culture and identity

KSUBI, known for its high end and underground clothing collections, gave birth in 2004 to optical and sunglass eyewear collections for men and women always sticking to the avant-gardist, underground, innovative and unique spirit of the brand. 

Since then, KSUBI never stopped to be present in the media and on the musical and artistic scenes mainly in Australia, New Zealand and english speaking countries.


Unique designs, high end acetate wonderfully worked in thickness on exclusive plates and a « Hand made » manufacturing process succeed in making those optical and sunglass frames exceptional pieces of jewels.

Greatly appreciated by stars and celebrities, KSUBI has created eyewear for BEYONCE, KYLIE MINOGUE, KATE MOSS, GWEN STEFANI, LIV TYLER, JUDE LAW or SCARLET JOHANSEN.


KSUBI… on the material side

Lenses – CR39 with a high optical quality and clarity responding to international standards and a 100% UV protection for the sunglass collections.

Frames – High end acetate for unique, light, comfortable and resistant frames.

Selection of 2011-2012 new releases for woman : optical model BETA  ; sunglass model ATIK – and for man : optical model ALKES ; sunglass model TEJAT.

Public price : from 199€

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2 commentaires

  • lunettes vue

    je ne connais pas cette collection, et je ne suis pas certain de l’avoir vue, même lors du dernier Silmo ! c’est dommage, les montures ont l’air vraiment intéressantes. un conseil pour le webmaster du site : pouvez vous faire des photos plus grosses, on ne voit pas bien les détails ? merci !!

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