Established in 1905, Masunaga have led the way in Japan for eyeglass frame manufacturing. Hailing out of Fukui, Japan, they have spent the last few decades perfecting the two hundred steps involved with making one pair of eyeglasses using the highest quality titanium and acetate.

Masunaga are classically retro and have rich selection of high polish colours that are both distinct and versatile.  Once you’ve fallen in love with the looks, you’ll be impressed with the quality of the acetate and the durability of the seven-barrel hinges.


Thierry Lasry

With an optician father and a mother who worked in fashion, Thierry Lasry undoubtedly had lots of insider advice when he launched his namesake line of sunglasses in 2006. The French designer alone, however, deserves the credit for the collection’s whirlwind success, driven by his brilliant ability to blend futuristic and vintage inspiration into a single pair of shades. Thierry Lasry sunglasses are a favorite of street style stars around the globe, and the line is instantly recognizable by its distinctively thick cat-eye frames covered in memorable prints and color combinations.
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Andy Wolf

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. In 2006, the three of them sat down to enjoy a meal of meat and fish from local meadows and waters, market-fresh vegetables and good Austrian wine from the kind of vintner you know personally


CAZAL was first created in 1979 by Austrian eyewear designer, Carl Zalloni. He took the first syllables from his first and last name and combined them to create his eyewear company (CArl ZALloni). His first sunglasses were distributed through a German company.

The success of the CAZAL brand was largely built on innovation. Zalloni knew that consumers want something extra with their sunglasses. They didn’t want basic protection from the sun anymore—they wanted a statement. There’s nothing more impactful than unique set of shades that will make all those around you gawk in amazement.

Clearly, CAZAL sunglasses were and are a behemoth in the sunglass industry. They are up there with Ray-Ban in terms of cultural importance, and they also provide ample protection from the sun and long-lasting durability. If you want to complete your futuristic and ultra-cool wardrobe, then you have to have a pair of CAZALs.


The history of OVVO Optics goes back to Europe of the Cold War Era That’s when a group of scientist, who were working on developing a material for spacecraft and military use, fused surgical steel and titanium, achieving an exceptionally light, durable and flexible material that is also hypoallergenic. In 1980 the engineers of the company started using this unique composite to make frames for glasses.

Weighing barely 0.6 ounces OVVO frames offer unparalleled comfort and unfailing durability. Tests showed that stretched flat frames can hold up to 90 pounds without breaking or wrecking. Virtually indestructible and highly flexible is also OVVO Optics-patented screw-free hinge that can withstand more than 300,000 rotations (an equivalent of 205 years of usage) and reveal no changes in structure or appearance.The end product is a flawless piece of art, sophisticated, comfortable, durable and flexible.



All the luster of luxury jewelry

It’s already over seventy years since Fred’s creative and contemporary essence entered the world of high-class jewellery. The “maison” Fred Samuel opened in 1936 in the Rue Royale, Paris, and offered a new line in jewellery, as much in the stylistic approach as in the use of surprising and refined materials. Famous for its jewellery sets made with the most beautiful pearls in the world and its coloured precious stones, the brand definitely established its creative style in 1966 with Force 10, a jewellery collection inspired by the passion of Fred Samuel for the sea, combining plated steel ropes and precious metals.

It is this same concern for detail, elegance and excellence which has inspired, since the origins, the collection of Fred eyewear, designed in the purest French eyewear tradition. Interpreting themes dear to the jeweller’s heart, using precious stones and the finest gold and platinum materials, the collection embellishes the eyes of all men and women searching for exceptional eyewear.

Fred Eyewear, a feast for your eyes.

35/139 TOKYO

Beautifully chaotic, TOKYO Clash of individualities,Delicacy with a strong voice,Modernity with a great respect of tradition,Elegance with boldness,Luxury with street-mind…


You should know it under the sun But you would NOT under the moon Too free to stay Too sophisticated to remain the same TOMORROW should never fail to transcend TODAY.

WE ARE “TOKYO” from BEAUTIFUL CHAOS. 35/139 TOKYO – eyewear that enhances your world.



Tom Ford

Tom Ford Was Born in Austin, Texas, but spent most of his childhood in Santa FE, New Mexico.During his teens, Ford moved to New York and enrolled at New York University, Initially attending courses in Art History. He later redirected his studies to concentrate on Architecture at Parsons school of design in New York and Paris, concluding his training at parsons in New York.

In 1990, Tom Ford moved to Milan to join GUCCI as the company’s womenswear designer. In 1992, he became design director and in 1994 he was appointed creative director of GUCCI. He was Responsible for the design of all Product lines, from clothing to perfumes, and for the group’s corporate image, advertising campaigns and store design.


DISCOVER. PERFECT. REPEAT. At Serengeti® we’re not just concerned with what’s in front of the eye, we are intensely focused on the eye itself. Helping people see more clearly is what drives all our innovation. By doing this, we’ve revolutionized the way the world looks at, and through, sunglasses. We are driven by vision, and have been since the beginning.

Our evolution over the past century follows an unparalleled path of achievements in technology, design, and performance from Corning®, which led to the advanced sunglass lens technology of today’s Serengeti Eyewear.



Vinyl factory takes us back to an earlier time and re-interprets classic, iconic models and updates tham for today’s style conscious wearers.
Inspired by the music and spirit of the 60’s and 70’s, the collection is composed of optica and sunglass models with unique detailing that get you in to a pop and retro mood.
Evocative names such as Bowie, Clapton and Marley are use and frames incorporate golden disc inserts and electric guitar neck shaped temples. Each frame is hand made with greatr care with finishes such as laser engraving and metal colouring and plating. Sunglasses are fitted with polarized lenses and anti-reflective coating. A hit all acdross Wurope, we’re certain than the Vinyl Factory collection will win devoted fans here too, so… Let’s rock!

Kenzo Takada

Kenzo Takada collaborates with MASUNAGA, a leading Japanese eyewear manufacturer. MASUNAGA designed by Kenzo Takada sunglasses and optical frames combine vintage inspired elements with fashion forward contemporary design. Delicate engraving on the bridge, the bar and the temples are reminiscent of 1920’s jewelry details. The original rim is designed with the star motif from MASUNAGA GMS and Kenzo Takada’s family emblem Campanule flower.



John Juniper and Jeff Solorio founded Dita in 1995 in Los Angeles, offering eyewear crafted with total devotion to beauty and quality. The label became a cult favorite among an elite clientele for their sharp sartorial focus and balance of traditional and modern production techniques. Dita’s men’s optical glasses and sunglasses undergo an arduous manufacturing process that can take up to eight months at the hands of artisans and master craftsmen, some who have spent a half-century honing their skills.