At DDN Phutura on Piazza Castello, Tommy Hilfiger Eyewear’s interactive and hyper-technological stand will show the visitors the best model for their face. Come and discover the 2019 collection from 9 to 14 April

During the Milan Design Week 2019, at DDN Phutura on piazza Castello, Tommy Hilfiger Eyewear by Safilo will present an interactive installation where fashion and design meet for a hyper-technological project. Visitors will be able to use a special mirror that will scan their face and collect anatomical data to recommend the best Tommy Hilfiger glasses for their face.

On this occasion, the stand on Piazza Castello will showcase Tommy Hilfiger SS 2019 collection of glasses and sunglasses inspired by the bright neon lights that illuminate the busiest cities. Great classics reinterpreted with a modern twist.

The collection, already available at tommy.com, official and affiliate stores since January 2019, presents a multitude of models, among which the unisex TH 1657/G/S sunglasses stand out, characterized by an enveloping mask design, with a single mirrored lens and rubber effect arms featuring the iconic logo, completed by contrasting earpieces. Ideal for the most daring ones who do not want to go unnoticed.

You will also find:

The men’s TH 1631 glasses frame, characterized by a rectangular shape with thin ultra-light metal profiles, double nosepiece and slim arms. This frame is available in matt blue, gold or ruthenium.

The unisex TH 1632 glasses frame, with slightly rounded structure, in metal, with single nosepiece and slim arms featuring an engraving of the iconic TH logo. This frame is available in gold, palladium or ruthenium.

The women’s TH 1649/S sunglasses conquer everybody with their oversized, slightly rounded metal frame, combined with slim arms featuring a colorful pop detail and an engraving of the iconic TH logo. Available in the following versions: gold and blue frame with blue gradient lenses, gold and orange frame with orange gradient lenses, gold frame with dark gray lenses, gold frame with violet lenses. [Text Giuseppe D’Orsi]