Brandsthe most famous vintage glasses
An Italian company which became famous in the 70s for the You&You line: acetate frames with a metal body, and large, teardrop-shaped lenses.
The German company, that invented the adjustable eyeglass temple, has been producing spectacles and sunglasses frames for over 120 years.
Germano Gambini’s glasses, the result of innovation, passion and creativity, are the expression of one of the most significant examples of Made in Italy.
Nicknamed “the Architect”, he was able to blend art, culture and design, experimenting with lines and structures, even in his eyewear collections.
Essel, Silor and Essilor
Essilor was founded in 1972 by the merger of two leading companies in the ophthalmic optical sector, architects of great innovations such as the first progressive ophthalmic lens, Varilux, and the photochromatic lenses Transitions.
The Austrian company, still owned by the founding family, is among the world leaders in the optical sector and famous especially for the iconic Titan Minimal, very light and without a frame.
An Italian company since 1878, producing iconic models like Zilio since the 1930s, as well as ultra-feminine glasses embellished with strass in the 50s and large glasses with geometric shapes of the 70s.
This historic German company, founded in 1830, has produced glasses of the highest quality, on which Were often mounted Zeiss lenses. However, the worldwide recognition only came in 2009, when Brad Pitt wore a Metzler 0256.
The name of the Marwitz family is part of the history of the German production of 100-year-old glasses and is known among vintage fans especially for the “Comfort” collection of the 1940s, with a thin metal frame.
Geometric shapes, large volumes, nuanced tones and precious ornaments characterize these glasses, symbol of elegance and sophistication.
A brand that has in its DNA the continuous search for quality and innovation and that has always been an icon of success among celebrities.
A company that has made German quality and engineering skill its pride, developing many innovations in the ophthalmic field.
A historic brand of Italian eyewear, born over 80 years ago, that has always tried to combine Italian creativity and innovation.
A brand born for sport and inspired by a legendary car race that has evolved to become one of the most famous in the world.
A brand that marked an era in eyewear design, born from the meeting between two creative geniuses but remained too attached to one of them.
The German company that, relying on research and product quality, has developed innovations that have revolutionized the optics industry.