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BIG HORN

Fashion | July 14, 2019 |

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BIG HORN
Genderless Eyewear Design

BIG HORN was created by designer Mr. Kevin Ching in 2011. The symbol of the brand is a Rhino cub with a giant horn which carries the spirit of “Bend the Rules“. The designs are creatively made. Media in different countries always describe BIG HORN eyewear design as fashion indicator.

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BIG HORN has main three collections named “Fashion Creative“, “Extravaganza“, and “Premium” which are both great for styling. The brand is recognised by international stylists, celebrities, fashionistas and bloggers. The stylists in Hollywood, Hong Kong and Europe have been so supportive to feature the items in photo shootings, music videos and movies. Also, its design products won different International design awards from different countries, for example ‘A’ Design Award (Italy), and International Design Award (U.S.A.).

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BIG HORN was founded in 2011 by Kevin as designer for this brand. He worked in the aviation industry for many years, and then joined in the optical industry (eyewear). He learnt the eyewear designs from Italian eyewear designer. His unique insights into designs and strategy for promoting brand are breakthrough routine, “bend the rule”, which is consistent with his brand logo design.

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His designs are outstanding and eye-catching. In addition, he is a promoter of unisex eyewear design and futuristic designers. His brand and design often receive international awards from different countries, especially international design award, such as the “A” Design Award from Italy and International Design Award from U.S.A.

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His collections always participate in Fashion Weeks and Eyewear fair in different cities, including Milan, London, Paris, Tokyo, New York, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing and Shanghai. There always have different media from different countries to report, including Hong Kong.

more. www.bighornk.com

big hornImage courtesy of BIG HORN

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