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MOSCOT x Future Classic

With a shared passion and appreciation for music, MOSCOT, the New York City institution renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear, and Future Classic, Australia’s leading independent music company, collaborate for the first time to bring fans a Limited Special Edition Matte LEMTOSH and YUKEL in sun.

With a nod to the future, while observing the past, The MOSCOT x Future Classic collaboration combines MOSCOT’s timeless craftsmanship and 100 year history, with Future Classic’s sleek modernity — a collective representation of both brand’s values.

The Limited Special Edition LEMTOSH Sunglass features a Matte Blonde Tortoise acetate frame with Calibar Green Lenses; only 200 size 49 frames are available. The Limited Special Edition YUKEL Sunglass features a Matte Classic Havana acetate/metal frame with Cosmitan Brown Lenses; only 100 size 51 frames are available.

Both the Limited Special Edition Matte LEMTOSH and YUKEL are handmade using the highest quality materials and real hardware, with the MOSCOT x Future Classic logo inscribed on the inside temple. Shunning seasonality, these frames are future classics, timeless in all respects.

Each frame will come accompanied by an exclusive, limited run Future Classic Mix-Tape (in a downloadable modern guise), custom MOSCOT x Future Classic chamois, and a purpose built over the shoulder tote bag.

The MOSCOT x Future Classic collaboration will be available online at the Future Classic web-store (store.futureclassic.com.au), and a specialty retail and optical shops across Australia and New Zealand beginning March 2016. For a full list of shops, visit www.wearethestables.com

Pre-sale will be open today via FUTURECLASSIC.com.au. Official release will be on the 18th of March.

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    Michael Briones