J.M.M. is a design-centered luxury goods brand founded by Jerome Mage.  

Mr. Leight represents a perfect union of Larry Leight’s decades-long history working with the finest eyewear craftsmen in the world as the Founder and Creative Director of Oliver Peoples, and Garrett Leight’s entrepreneurial spirit and uncompromising contemporary vision in his own endeavor, Garrett Leight California Optical.

Unfinished Art and Beautiful Lines, Traditional Technique and Design are the Masahiro Maruyama’s product concept.

In Kawada ward of Sabae city, Fukui prefecture, there is a factory of old-standing, where fine craftsmanship and quality goes without saying.

Spanning half a century well established craftsmen have been using traditional techniques such as filing, and mounting hinges in the traditional Ding-style which cannot be imitated.

Through in-depth dialogue with these artisans Masahiro Maruyama was able to sniff out subtle nuances, and through the production process was successfully created an outstanding finished product.

From waste to junk, high-grade green eyewear made with extravagant planetary respect.

JUNK is crafted through a sustainable process with 100% plastic waste from fish nets, post-consumer and industrial waste.
The base material is then designed afresh into eyewear and enhanced with precious metals to ensure value is added back into the product. The brand favours vibrant thought-provoking and surreal imagery that revolves around one thematic, eco-sustainability through renewable waste. Believing that green labels don’t have to be devoid of creative and radical solutions, JUNK does quite a unique thing in the eyewear industry:to recover plastic waste and give it a final form by enhancing it with precious metals. So, value is added back to the product, so if can never be discarded as junk again. 

With ALBA Optics the iconic shapes of the past bring back to life.

The story began with the search for an original mould; starting from this intention, Alba Optics launched their first model: the DELTA, a frame that was designed and produced in Italy during the 80s and re-designed it using new technologies; the result is a design product that is beautiful and meets the highest performance standards possible.

Andy Wolf stands for unique glasses, handcrafted in Hartberg, Austria. 

It was founded by the three friends Andreas (Andy), Wolfgang (Wolf) and Katharina to produce classic and contemporary frames for individuals. 

Glasses are entirely made in Austria, except for the acetates, which are sourced from Italy, because here they have the finest available.

Andy Wolf classic and often unconventional frames are not just pretty, but also durable and sustainable.

FACTORY900 was launched in 2000 as a house-brand of AOYAMA Optical Ltd.Co.

"900" is derived from the number designated to the factory by the government.

AOYAMA Optical is a small factory and have been manufacturing acetate frames for three generations, over the last 80 years, in Fukui where 95% of "made in Japan" eyewear frames are manufactured.

The LUDENS mask is the centerpiece of the collaboration with Hideo Kojima, and appears in the opening scene of the game Death Stranding with the character of Sam Porter Bridges, played by actor Norman Reedus.

The LUDENS mask was modeled by J.F. Rey studio and produced in 3D SLS.

It is equipped with adjustable plates and circle clamps to allow your optician to mount optical or sun prescription lenses.

Gouverneur Audigier was established in 1878 by Clément Gouverneur in Morez, in the heart of Jura valley, the cradle of French eyewear.

For more than 150 years, a team of truly expertise craftsmen are producing inimitable frames respecting the manufacturing traditions and sharing the same passion of the founder.

The Gouverneur Audigier manufacture gained the state labe EPV (Living Heritage Company), which distinguishes French companies with craftsmanship and industrial excellence.

Andy Wolf stands for unique glasses, handcrafted in Hartberg, Austria. 

It was founded by the three friends Andreas (Andy), Wolfgang (Wolf) and Katharina to produce classic and contemporary frames for individuals. 

Glasses are entirely made in Austria, except for the acetates, which are sourced from Italy, because here they have the finest available.

Andy Wolf classic and often unconventional frames are not just pretty, but also durable and sustainable.

Old World Technique, New World Expression.

In a world that emphasizes immediacy, Matsuda choose to anchor themselves in traditions of craftsmanship and thoughtful execution. The distinctly Japanese approach of combining handcrafted techniques and innovative technology guides their philosophy of experimentation and is unmistakably Matsuda.

Each frame is crafted by hand in the renewed workshops of Sabae, Japan - requiring up to two years and as many as 250 steps to bring to life.

This is eyewear created through 50 years of experimentation and creative exploration: each piece reflecting a unique journey from concept to construction.

Andy Wolf stands for unique glasses, handcrafted in Hartberg, Austria. 

It was founded by the three friends Andreas (Andy), Wolfgang (Wolf) and Katharina to produce classic and contemporary frames for individuals. 

Glasses are entirely made in Austria, except for the acetates, which are sourced from Italy, because here they have the finest available.

Andy Wolf classic and often unconventional frames are not just pretty, but also durable and sustainable.

Established in 1970, the Linda Farrow brand of luxury eyewear rose quickly to acclaim.

Originally a fashion designer herself, Linda Farrow was one of the first to treat sunglasses as fashion, her finger always on the pulse of the times.

A tireless experimenter, Farrow pioneered many of the shapes and styles that remain au courant today.

Her pioneering use of shape helped move eyewear into high-fashion territory, with avant-garde styles favoured by stars like Yoko Ono.

Today, the brand has established itself as one of the most exciting in fashion.

Rewind looks back at the past, from which it takes inspiration, with a feeling that is not only nostalgic, but rather a tribute to the stories that have identified the Italian culture since the 80s and the 90s, and opens a scenario of poetic and imaginative visions in which everyone can place their own memory. 

Gentle Monster’s visual identity distinguishes itself by a highly technological and experimental design, becoming in a few years a model of research and innovation in the International fashion scene.

We are welcoming the return of the most practical and stylish eyewear accessory with a wide selection cured by our staff. 

If you are on the hunt for a trend in eyewear that adds a little more twist to your frame, look no further: elevated basic straps mixed with unmistakable glam frame chains.

Grab your favourite style: classic or neutral, basic and subtle, oversize, and more. 

Ready to hang to your glasses, these accessories are sleek and versatile and entirely handmade in Italy.

Huma Sunglasses is Federica Moretti's new challenge.

The designer, born in Modena in 1983, studied at the IED in Milan and at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

“A wonderful vision under construction”.

Siens celebrates the equation between the visibile and the invisible.

Determining a new way of communicating with oneself and with others depending on the objects that are worn, it embodies the concept of visual re-codification.

Ahlem Manai-Platt, a Paris native living in Los Angeles, has a long-standing fascination with the relationship between beauty, functionality and design. The culmination of her passions has resulted in the development of Ahlem Eyewear.

Haffmans & Neumeister’s inaugural collection, Line, is a methodically curated tour through the timeline of eyewear’s historical icons.

AMBUSH began as an experimental jewellery line – innovative pop art-inspired designs capturing a distinct Tokyo aesthetic.

With apparel created as a canvas to complete the story, Ambush evolved into designing unisex collections.

The brand made its Paris debut in 2015 with Verbal & Yoon being listed as two of Business of Fashion’s Top 500 people influencing the global fashion industry for 5 consecutive years from 2015, and HYPEBEAST 100 list for 8 consecutive years. In 2017 Ambush was selected as one of the top 8 finalists for the LVMH PRIZE. 

Ambush’s uniquely crafted parts form an idiosyncratic style that led to commissions and collaborations with an illustrious list that includes Louis Vuitton (Kim Jones), Sacai, Undercover, Off-White, Moet, Bulgari, Nike, Converse, Rimowa, and Gentle Monster.

THEO LOVES YOU.

Actually it was the love for their clients that made Wim Somers and Patrick Hoet, opticians with their own store, decide to design and present a collection under the name of Theo.

In 1989 the first Theo glasses became a fact.

The Theo headquarters are located in Antwerp, and the initial small family business has developed into a major player in international optics market, and they never stop surprising with the most visionary collections.

Akira Ishiwatari, born and raised in Tokyo, is the creative mind behind Platoy.

The brand name wants to summarize in one word the phrase “play plastic toys”, taking inspiration from a kid’s enthusiasm when receiving a toy.

The brand’s silhouettes, produced with made in Japan materials as unique and high-quality acetate, are manufactured in Italy.

Thierry Lasry is a French designer born in Paris. He launched his eponymous eyewear brand late 2006. Raised in a highly creative environment by a father who was an Optician and a mother who was a designer, he has elevated the status of sunglasses and managed to redesign them into a fashion accessory that is as essential as a nice clutch or a pair of stilettos.

Each design features clear lines, geometrical shapes and surprising colour and is entirely handmade with the best craftsmanship, techniques and traditional know-how.

Inspired by the techniques of yesteryear, LESCA glasses are riveted and shaped according to strict specifications.

Today Mathieu and Bertrand LESCA are trying to revive the past Lesca collections by respecting it’s DNA, thus valuing the history of the brand whilst remaining creative and modern.

A brand built on friendship, it was established by opticians Mr Cutler and Mr Gross in 1969. Thanks to word of mouth, what began in London’s Knightsbridge as a small but innovative bespoke service soon became a fully-fledged mecca for artists, rock stars, writers, and royalty.

Together, the pair had created the perfect balance between taste and technicality, quickly cementing their reputation as industry leaders in eyewear.

Simon Porte Jacquemus started his own label when he was 19.

Credited with bringing a freshness to Paris’ fashion scene, his collections are deconstructed, surrealist and often ‘NSFW’, and he’s considered by many the brightest star among the newest members of the French fashion firmament.

Contemporary, conceptual and timeless. Associates the conceptual language of machinery and art. An avant-garde brand. Handmade in Italy. 💙💛