It is not difficult to recognize an Asian face from a Caucasian face due to their distinctive facial profile. When it comes to eyeglasses, the height of the nose bridge and the cheekbone have an effect on the positioning of the glasses on the face. In general, an Asian face is characterized by a low nose bridge and prominent cheekbone while Caucasian face has a high nose bridge and receding cheekbone. Since glasses are designed to sit on the nose bridge and its rim extending down to the cheeks, it is important the glasses are designed to match the facial profile for optimum comfort. The most distinctive difference between an Asian fit and a Caucasian fit is the depth of the nose pad. For glasses to fit comfortably, the lens should not be seated too close to the eyes or the eyelashes would brush against them.
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What does Asian Fit mean? – Maui Jim Customer Service
Magnum 2.0 (Asian Fit)
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This past year was undoubtedly a challenging one for minorities, but thankfully, the fashion industry has become more diverse than it's ever been. With different body types and more women of color appearing on the runways and in campaigns, fashion is not only embracing diversity, but it's also responding to it. That's exactly what Covry is trying to do in the eyewear world. After all, not all faces have the same features, and founders Athina Wang and Florence Shin know that, which led the two to create a new type of fit, keeping Asian faces in mind.