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.

For decades, Graham Cutler and Tony Gross’s frames relied, in part, upon their reputation being dripped and whispered within style and fashion circles like verbal quicksilver. Considered bastions of iconic eyewear, Cutler and Gross designs continue to grace many of the most recognisable faces in the worlds of art, design, music and film.

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.

Earth Wind Fire Water Collection by Lucy Folk.

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

Carla Colour is an independent eyewear brand based in Brooklyn, NY.Self-taught designer Carla Robertson always found it hard to find a pair of shades she really wanted to wear.

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.

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.

Little Furniture Assemblage produces one of a kind pieces that display the designer’s passion for artisanal craftsmanship, while giving it a contemporary and vibrant edge.

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

SO.YA VERTICAL CONNECTION is an Italian eyewear brand that was born from the creative inspiration of the eyewear designer Matteo Pontello.
SO.YA is a word that stands for: “So Yes”; “So Yes” is the vibe which is a reflection of the work of the creative team and the feeling you overcome when you are on the right track.

Moscot is a New York City Institution renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear - The Moscot Originals Collection.Moscot infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with over 100 years of eyewear expertise and unparalleled craftsmanship to create its timeless eyewear.


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.

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.

Garrett Leight - son of Larry Leight, founder of iconic, 30-years-old eyewear brand Oliver Peoples - learned the ropes working for his father’s company after attending college in Los Angeles, and while he initially wanted to break into journalism, he came to realize that eyewear was in his blood: in 2009, he opened up an optical store in Venice Beach, then launched his own namesake brand in 2011.

Designed and manufactured in Italy, Huma is also characterized by eccentric and appealing accessories.The temples of the glasses are customizable with pearls, crystals, stones, earrings, chains and hair extensions in crazy colors.

Super by Retrosuperfuture is a leading brand producing outstanding contemporary eyewear. Founder in Italy in 2007, Super has become highly popular for its eclectic collection of colorful acetate sunglasses.

The Spectaculars collection pays tribute to the iconic American classics: they just added some twists but in simple and delicate ways.Staying true to time tested techniques they’ve kept certain steps of hand made production which keeps with its original American way.