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18 WAYS TO WEAR
It’s always been hard for me to find glasses that fit my face - and I found I wasn’t alone. Eyewear is expensive, so most people are stuck with a single practical pair for years.
How can I fix this? Modularity.
I traced numerous popular lenses to find the most common shapes
I created 3 frames per lens, considering the needs of different face shapes
I used the initial frames to create a top line that works for all lenses
I ended up with 3 final lenses that fit into 6 different frames
The final design has lenses with the same top curve to make them fit all of the frames which have interchangeable top and bottom halves that all fit together.
THIN BOTTOM FRAMES
THICK BOTTOM FRAMES
18 Shapes for Every Mood
Find Your Fit
Look for frames that are slightly wider than your forehead and detailing on the lower half.
You look good in oversized frames with bold shapes. Feel free to play with color and texture.
Use thin, round frames to soften your features without overwhelming your face.
Angular frames will sharpen your features. The bottom should hit just above your cheekbones.
Look for detailing on the upper portion of the frame. The edges should be slightly wider than your cheekbones.
My work was displayed in the Art and Design Gallery at the University of Kansas. I cut and painted physical frames and provided a mirror so viewers could "try on" all of the different frame combinations.
Frames For All Faces
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