Here we go… the OKO turtles have conquered the NINJA turtles! We’ve looped the loop with all the tradeshows for year 2013 with a final japanese incursion at IOFT in Tokyo in October (international optical fair) – where we have been given for our brand KIDOKO, the Award for Best Design for year 2014 in the category «optical kid’s frame» with our model KIDFOOT2 !
A frame that was predestined to be chosen and acclaimed if we look at the qualification of the French football (soccer) team “les Bleus” for the upcoming World Football Cup in Brasil in 2014 ! “Allez les Bleus » ! « Allez la KidFoot 2 » ! « Et 1, et 2, et 3 zéro ! »
But our japanese adventure doesn’t stop there, despite a great show and numerous positive business opportunities for our group, we had the great surprise and honor to meet on our booth with Tomoko « El Mexicanito » Kameda, a japanese boxer as gorgeous than famous in Japan, who became professional in 2008 and who became world champion for “cock weight WBO” in 2013.
He discovered for the first time our MOKO Besicles’ frames that he totally fell in love with so much that he wanted to wear a pair right away, a very big honor for us.
What a wonderful ambassador for the brand in Japan!
We can say it is really a Turtles gathering … Tomoki explained to us that Kame actually means Turtle in japanese !!! And his familly name Kameda would be something like familly of Turtles …
Our asian tour, which then continued in November in Taipei, capital of Taïwan, for an economical mission before ending at the Hong Kong Optical Fair (international optical fair), was a real success within the French Pavillion thanks to the active and prosperous collaboration with ‘Lunettes de France’, label for the French optical industry and UBIFRANCE, French Agency for the International Development of Companies.
We thank them warmly for all their help, specially to Gaël our export angel.
We must say that an extraordinary ambiance was floating in the air of the show with some unique sharing and exchanging moments between professionals of the industry present in the French Pavillion and the organizing team.
OKO by OKO Paris presents its BIZ collection.
For the ‘business men’ and ‘business women’ seeking for elegance and style.
Designer frames strong in character and affordable for all !
Made in acetate – whose sheets are personally and exclusively chosen by David Beddok, Head of Design for the brand OKO by OKO Paris – the frames are duotone inside/outside which confers a double personality from classical/wise up to fun and extravagant!
OKO by OKO doesn’t stop to surprise through its creations always more innovative, through its designs always wilder and through its colors combinations always more caustic.
The proof with this new designer acetate optical collection BIZ, pure in design, elegant but still very distinctive and which the different shapes will delight all types of faces no matter the shape.
Indeed, to better answer to masculine and feminine demands, the BIZ collection is available in 6 different models & shapes – lively the parity !
Complete BIZ album on our FB fans page:
WITH NEW OKO BY OKO ‘DYS’ COLLECTION HEADING FOR SEA BEDS WITH ‘TROPIC’ (DYS7).
Just a glance at the ‘Tropic’ frame and you are immediately transported in the aquatic universe of tropical fishes !
Truly romantic and all in softness, the graphics of the side-pieces, directly inspired by fish fins brings fluidity, lightness and water movement thanks to a subtle design combination of openwork, space and matter which gives the water spirit to it.
This circled frame manufactured in France plays the card of the chemically cut, openwork, curved and hemmed steel to bring more fluidity, more lightness and more movement to the side-pieces provoking metallic lace effects.
Recapturing the codes of the fish fins, the contrast of fragility is enhanced by cutting, curving and hemming all in fineness – and by the force and the presence of the metallic structure standing. ‘Tropic’ is definitely a frame all in contrast and all in poetry.
Truly original with exclusive design.
In order to emphasize the structure and the volume of the frame, the designer has played with openwork spaces and empty matter spaces to give as much depth as possible – as well as duotone color choices inside/out which bring even more life and reality to the fish fin look of the ‘Tropic’.
‘Tropic’ (DYS 7) is a frame proposed in 6 colors.
And then, we realize the evidence: all is consciously and elegantly offbeat, as if the brand was giving life to its ideas and to its creations by pushing away the limits of the possible and by turning upside down received ideas.