Meet Japanese KameManNen
– One of the worlds finest eyewear craftsmanship.
Made of strong titanium and the finest acetate you can get, the feel of the frames are unlike anything else made in mass production. This is pure craftsmanship. The frames are made in a small factory in Japan from old design ideas, giving the frames a pure classic look.
KameManNen is a traditional Japanese eyewear manufacture creating very firm yet light frames of exceptional quality, with beautiful handcrafted details and no logos.
As you can see from the pictures KameManNen offers a big variation of round shapes. You can choose from different sizes, oval shapes, circular round, slightly rounded, bold or thin, titanium or acetate – or both… etc.
We love it! As a true eyewear geek with a big passion for quality and craftsmanship you just gotta love the KameManNen frames.
Oliverd Goldsmith won the Grand Prix Award as “Best Ladies Frame” at the recently held IOFT Optical Show in Tokyo.
The frame is called Library and was a design that Oliver Goldsmith (the first) made in the 1930’s but in those days it was real tortoiseshell. Today it is only made in acetate!
The shape of Garrett Leight and McNeairy’s round metal frame is perfect. The collection, two metal frames made in Japan and one acetate made in America were first seen at Mark McNairy’s SS13 runway show last week.
“We looked back at the incnspicuous weirdos, maniacs, creeps, and people that don’t give a damn what anyone thinks.” McNairy says. Think guys like Aristotle Onasis, Charles Bukowski, Allen Ginsberg, Groucho Marx, even Donald Sutherland as Hawkeye in MASH.
I love the temple tip loop.
The New Dita Sunglasses have some really cool colors! The quality of the acetate is flawless and without doubt the best!
MYKITA is now launching a special charity edition as a little help for Japan. Thats why their classic model “Franz”, designed in a collaboration with Bernhard Willhelm, is now available in the Japanese colors red and white.
All proceed of the sale of these sunglass will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross earthquake appeal (except value added tax). So, come on and show your support with style!