The SILMO Paris Trends Forum is a unique opportunity to showcase your brand's latest innovations and demonstrate your creativity and expertise.
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Explore the optics industry's leading showcase !

True to its DNA, the Trends Forum will highlight the trends and novelties of 2023, those that draw an immediate future and will also be the showcase of an industry that has already begun to deploy actions for a more committed long-term future, putting design at the service of our environment and our society.

The 4 trends to be highlighted in 2024 :

    Frames bursting with bright, cheerful colours or muted and intense. Monochrome, two-tone, three-tone or multi-coloured frames! Shapes as free as colour palettes. Acetate dominates, with combinations for surface effects.

    Eyewear that goes straight to the point to convey a minimalist, unadorned style.

    A design that's quiet but not boring! Airy, luminous shapes: the pinnacle of clean lines. Metal holds the rope, but acetate knows how to go on a diet to take its place in the race for purity.

    Polo shirts, mackintoshes, jeans, etc. Fashion is constantly reinventing timeless classics. Eyewear is no exception to this perennial trend. Timeless shapes are more popular than ever, a sign of longevity and durability. Vintage design is less literal and more contemporary, with elegant, relaxed lines.

    This trend is all about sunglasses. Sunglasses are playing an increasingly important role (with or without the sun!) and this accessory is now well integrated into the collections of major fashion and luxury labels. Not wanting to miss out on this attraction, eyewear designers and established names are taking this buoyant segment by storm with a wide range of original, logo-free products.
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To participate, it’s simple !

All you have to do is :

  • Register     
  • Send us your new sunglasses and optical products (men, women and children)
  • 5 products maximum per brand



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