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.
This year Garrett Leight California Optical had a monter at the SILMO fair in Paris for the first time! And what a great monter! Filled with the best collection so far and still keeping it classic and unisex.
GLCO has managed to combine the best materials with the best shapes.
These classics are hand made in America. Everything from hinges, acetate and plaques are of the best materials.
These beauties are lovely, slightly cat shaped and made of great custom made acetate.
At the Nudie Jeans event at Solo in Stockholm I met a guy wearing these very classic 50’s style tortoise frames from Japanese Tana-Gokoro. The makers behind the brand have been making eyewear for the past 80 (!) years.
What is old is new. There are several glasses in a 1920’s or 1930’s type of style. They are so beautiful and classic. Traditionally made metal frames in a slightly droopy round shape, delicate details in the metal and tortoise colored rims.
From the top: Algha Savile Row Panto, Oliver Peoples Vintage MP-2, Barton Perreira Corso (46) and Garrett Leight Winston.
Look at the amazing details!
Delicate details, made in Japan and very classic. The Diandra from Oliver Peoples is new yet old. Beautiful.