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BIG HORN

Fashion | February 11, 2020 |

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BIG HORN

BIG HORN found in 2011. BIG HORN is Hong Kong’s first brand for creative design eyewear. Founder and designer, “Kevin Ching” aims to design eyewear with full of fashion art style and mix with different cultures. He has always created a high-quality fashion design which is the core of the brand. The designs are stylish, confident and comfortable with traditional craftsmanship and simple design that combines fashion and practicality. The eyewear can also be worn on any occasion and anywhere, and it is very attractive. It also attracted the attention from many street photographers, especially Fashion Week in different countries. His main design style pursues “bend the rules”. The main design was inspired by what he saw while traveling or in a different brand fashion show. The main design uses a variety of geometric figures to create a new and unique design and add it for the product highlights. The product design is unisex, so that consumers do not feel bound, and casually use that for matching their dress. BIG HORN designs’ always bring you a new life with fashion attitude. Now, it is mainly active in the United States, Europe, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Indonesia and Japan.

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BIG HORN eyewear has 4 collections:

Fashion Creative Collection:
Fashion Creative collection is limited edition. The styles on this collection has 5 pieces on each style only. The design inspiration from different things, including fancy, arts, and contemporary fashion arts, etc. It always makes surprising and amazing for the market. It is totally represented their own styles for users. It is very personalization that it always attract people love eyes and treat that as boutique and art collection.

Extravaganza Collection:
Extravaganza collection is contemporary fashion design style. It is creative and fashion, and also input much street style elements on designs. Its designs bring out and enhance fashion taste and style for people. And, the interesting things designs on eyewear show off the differentiation and more energetic for people.

Premium Collection:
Premium collection is exaggerated, but not bluffing. It is elegant, simple and, unique style. Designed with a playful style, it successfully attracted people from different countries. It make the overall wear more texture and essential, and integrate with street style as more fashionable.

BIG HORN plus Collection:
BIG HORN plus collection (as young collection) is a fresh and simple style. It is neutral and futuristic (as like a childlike fashion). It is purely charming design, and showing elegance & trendy. The glasses can be gorgeous or minimalistic as comfort to wear.

more. www.bighornhk.com

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