Our curated collection of brands features a global selection of unique glasses and sunglasses. We carry and feature different product online and in store. Please check with your local store for what's carried in-shop.
Founded in 1969, British luxury eyewear brand Cutler and Gross combines the finest Italian craftsmanship with irrefutably cool style. Considered bastions of iconic eyewear, Cutler and Gross designs stand the test of time.
Not just glasses but real masks, magical membranes that offer shelter and intimacy of the wearers, at the same time interpreting their personality on the stage of what we call life. Kuboraum is organic architecture dreamed in Berlin by designers Livio Graziottin & Sergio Eusebi.
Inspired by the classics. Handmade for today. Designed in California, we sought out to forge a new path focused on the use of premium materials in order to create carefully crafted and attainable, on trend, fashion-driven eyewear.
An experiment in pure design and structural aesthetics and In pursuit of a newfound “Made in Japan” quality with exceptional traditional craftsmanship and innovative design. Yuichi Toyama is uninfluenced by trends neither fashion, Yuichi Toyama expresses distinctive and unique eyewear.
Native Sons draws a well-balanced, top-quality original eyewear design with their own brush. They uses old world manufacturing methods with only the best carefully selected, simple materials and their detailed hand-made eyewear promises permanent use.
Known for his sculptural designs, Oscar Mamooi uses nature as inspiration for his first collection, "Iceland". Irregular shapes form the many asymmetrical frames, just like the jagged nature of icebergs. Yet each pair of glasses also maintains the smoothness and elegance of an icy water-like surface.
The French eyewear house HARRY LARY’S offers original frames that combines creativity & elegance. The combination of unusual colored acetates, the development of exclusive materials and pure designs give the HARRY LARY’S collections a unique style.
Paul Smith’s eyewear collection focuses on craft and attention to detail. Handcrafted in the Italian Dolomites, the collection follows a rigorous manufacturing process. Its combination of metal and acetate frames in classic shapes and with subtle design details that tie in with Paul Smith colours and tailoring.
Thierry Lasry’s glasses are based on the concept of « futuristic vintage » fusing vintage inspirations with an updated, modern and avant-gardist touch. The glasses are all flat fronted, giving a futuristic twist to retro-inspired shapes.
Common Design is all about style, purity and utility. With no interest in decorative, flashy or over-designed eyewear, this brand studies classic shapes and re-works them with pared-back simplicity. Each handmade frame goes through a 200 step process and is manufactured with third party tested biodegradable acetates. These are glasses intended to be worn today, next year and well into the future. Amid a landscape of trend-hopping seasonal collections, Common Design is proudly anti-fashion.