Fashion Flash: Götti Spin & Stow Eyewear

Swiss eyewear company Götti recently launched Spin & Stow, a new eyewear concept where the earpieces seamlessly rotate 360 degrees, and which can be folded into a sleek, flat form that fits in a pocket. Despite their thin, lightweight frames and flexible earpieces, the glasses are exceedingly durable: the frames are crafted from a single sheet of steel, which the lenses are locked into so they cannot fall out. Spin & Stow is offered in 13 styles of sunglasses, such as yellow aviators (from $310), and a new collection of readers (from $406) that come in a range of colors. (407.415.0778, www.gotti.ch)

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