Easily one of our best selling lines. They're handmade in France using the finest quality acetate and titanium. Anne believes that the purpose of her eyewear is to express the essence of every individual through complimentary colors and shapes. Each time you put on your frame, you present yourself to the world just as you are.
This playful colorful line is our go-to for trend setters. With their distinctive shapes, Theo aims to decorate the face, not just accentuate the eyes. Handmade in Belgium, this brands famously unique eyewear gives any individual a style all their own.
Mykita Eyewear is distinguished by a progressive approach to form, assembly and surface. These frames feature a coil hinge, so breakage is very unlikely. German handcrafted construct meets advanced technology. Design nerds: these architectural specs are for you.
Far from your average fashion trends, Face a Face draws its inspiration from modern art, architecture and contemporary design. These eye-catching colorful frames are handmade in France.
As one of the oldest manufacturers in our boutique, Lafont is both classic and elegant. They're known for making "Parisian chic" accessible worldwide. Handmade in France.
Lindberg is steeped in the Danish design tradition of discreet, classic sophistication and carefully considered simplicity. Their frames have won many prestigious design awards. If you want your eyewear to convey your appreciation for exceptional design, look no further.
Designed in Berlin, handmade in Italy. This bold industrial line draws its inspiration from masks, accentuating while providing shelter for the wearer. Their acetate frames are substantial and textured, while their metals are twisted and angular.
This quirky line is not for the faint of heart. Wissing's trademark is their combination of brightly colored layers with asymmetric shapes. They're designed and handmade in a small warehouse in Austria.
A company committed to maintaining a classic but minimalist aesthetic, using high-quality materials with Japanese production. They are constantly seeking innovation so glasses fit, perform, and look better. These frames are minimal and dependable.
Thierry Lasry is an innovative French sunglass line. These large feminine shapes are a staple among celebrities because of their distinct style and and avant-gardist touch.
This line preserves the revolutionary designs and unparalleled quality of early and late modern eyewear manufactured from the 1890s-1980s. They recreate and refurbish frames using old world standards.
Adorn your face with these one-of-a-kind frames. This line has been described as beautiful, decorative, and downright decadent. Owned, operated, and handmade by a stylish French family in Paris. If you're not afraid of a little bling, Francis Klein is for you.
Rolf is a small, family-run business based out of Austria. These specs are hand-made entirely of lightweight wood using sustainable practices. This is not your run-of-the-mill wood line. Rolf has won many innovation awards for their design. Even the hinges are wood!
Blake is an award winning eyewear designer and optometrist. He created this particular line to meet his lifestyle needs. Like many, he straddles both the artistic and business world in his profession. The idea behind the design was a seamless fusion of two frames, a contrasting silhouette seamlessly encased in a modern outer shape, making them artful but wearable.
Jacques Marie Mage is a quintessential luxury eyewear brand specializing in the micro-production of premier quality, limited-edition eyewear. Meant for a clientele of discerning tastes, each pair is hand crafted in Japan with precious materials, striking shapes, and refreshing colors. These specs are worn by noteworthy actors such as Kate Bosworth and Jeff Goldbloom!
Kirk and Kirks are handmade from start to finish in France from a special grade of Italian acrylic, which is incredibly light and comfortable to wear. Being the only company in the world to work entirely in this material allows for unique colorways and finishes.
A nonconformist's dream, these distinctly edgy frames are made from natural materials such as copper, solid wood, titanium, and horn. We consider them off-beat, yet elegant, Quirky, yet refined. These glasses are handmade and designed with care and ingenuity. Their shapes are a breath of fresh air.
The cult classics of eyewear. Inspired by vintage American-made spectacles, this brand captures the unique culture of Los Angeles. Oliver Peoples frames are hand crafted in Italy with careful attention to detail, achieving a balanced and refined final product.
Made by lab Italee in Switzerland, these are the most lightweight frames in our inventory. As the name suggests, these glasses weigh 2.5 grams. The components are offered in a palette of jewel toned translucent and solid frame colors.
Genuine horn is one of the oldest eyewear materials in the world. Hoffman uses the Asian water buffalo. These frames are made by hand in Germany and inimitable. Genuine horn frames are exceptionally comfortable to wear and an excellent choice for people with skin allergies.