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Using the finest metals in the world — titanium, stainless steel, sterling silver, and 18k solid gold — their master Japanese craftsmen transform raw materials into intricately detailed works of art, employing techniques few others would attempt: prioritizing quality over mass production.
Matsuda Japanese acetate forms are sculpted exclusively from an organic plastic derived from cotton and cured for over three months prior to construction. This delicate process produces uniquely rich colors with unrivaled strength and flexibility. Each piece is then hand-finished by master polishers who have apprenticed for 10 years to perfect their technique, producing a remarkably soft feel, sculpted for a lifetime of hard use. Matsuda Eyewear.. Never Ordinary...
Wednesday, 27 February 2019 10:41:10 Europe/London
Mulberry Launches Sunglasses Inspired By John Lennon And Kate Moss Visit Mulberry Sunglasses collection. Mulberry Sunglasses Mulberry Glasses Eight Mulberry sunglasses styles inspired by eight British style icons: it’s fair to say that Johnny Coca has drunk the Kool-Aid since joining the house from Céline in 2015. The Spaniard has been waiting to launch lenses for some time – and, accordingly, workers in the company’s West Country factory have been sporting John Lennon and Kate Moss-inspired sunnies around Somerset to ensure the creative director succeeds in his mission to make a pair to suit everyone. “I have been designing sunglasses for the last 15 years so it’s part of my process when designing a season,” Coca tells Vogue ahead of the February 13 launch.Read More
Wednesday, 27 February 2019 09:14:28 Europe/London
Paul Smith x Cutler&Gross.. A match made in London.
"I've always had enormous admiration for Cutler and Gross, before we sadly lost him this year, Tony Gross was a personal friend of mine. The attention to detail and expertise that Tony practiced is still absolutely central to the work the company are doing today. It's been a joy to collaborate with them." - Paul SmithRead More