ZETSUMYOU - Perfect balance - exquisite, superb.
Edwin is all about diametrically opposed design objectives. A delicate balance of whimsicality and strength, edges and curves. A relatively narrow PD, but voluminous frame size, the hard line of the step cut yet soft line of the brow. Both edgy and curvaceous at the same time. Changing color further changes the balance of these dichotomies.
HONOKA - The feeling of a faint but tangible presence.
The Bishop. While at first glance the frame appears funky, closer inspection reveals the classic origins and bring you back to a time and place where fine metal rim frames were king.
SARIGENAI - Casual, unforced, unconcerned.
Kaylin is all about restrained drama. At first glance from the front, the frame shape seems simple, maybe even a bit boring, but then the lift of the step cut becomes apparent and the whole frame takes on a different form.
IKI - Chic expression of appetite for life – a pure unpretentious expression of simplicity, refineme
Sophia. A beautiful brow-line which follows the eyebrow shape popular in the 50’s, a soft arch followed by a quick downturn, a knowing, whimsical look. Chic neoclassic lines with rich yet funky colors.
UMAMI - The fifth taste you cannot put your finger on – deep, savory but not easily identifiable.
Lil’ Wing. Classic aviator lens shape with neoclassic lines that suggest a time that never existed but could have, should have. Soft plastic brow-line with a hard over-bar suggesting power and kindness. Naturally patterned Damascus steel temples and corner accents add a natural warmth and spontaneity not typically found in metal.
SOBOKU - Understated – simplicity, unadorned, plain.
Rosie. A simple, sweet oval with a bit of texture pressed into the back more for the wearer than the person looking. This simplicity and the color parings come together in a simple perfect balance.