Sharp turns and slow curves in hombre acetate and titanium with architectural engravings. These limited edition frames are designed by the masters of modern subtlety. Designed in Montréal and handmade in Japan, these refined frames boast base 2 CR39 lenses, custom five-barrel welded hinges and exquisite manufacturing from the light, sturdy wire earpiece to the softly-sculpted acetate bridge.
This medium size frame suits most faces. As with all styles from Lunetterie Générale, prescription lenses may be added by your optometrist. In summer 2020, Drama Club debuted this collection exclusively in New York City. This frame was produced in a limited run of five hundred pieces.
Backside anti-reflective treatment, 100% UV protection
Silk-covered drawer box, blue leather case and ivory cleaning cloth
Lens width: 48 mm
Bridge: 22 mm
Temple length: 148 mm
Frame total width: 144 mm
Made in Japan
About this Designer:
Known for its distinctive aesthetic, Lunetterie Générale designs timeless eyewear to follow you everywhere you go. In this quest to revive the vintage repertoire, they use only precious materials and made-to-measure components to create uncompromising spectacles meant to last a lifetime. Since 2017, they have aimed to pay tribute to the simplicity of classic shapes and focuses on fit and comfort.
All frames are handmade in Japan and require the coordination of over 8 specialized artisans. Quality control is carried out under the watchful eye of an eyewear maker who ensures that the highest standards are met at all manufacturing steps. Once received, each frame is calibrated with care at their headquarters in Canada. All the designs are imagined at Lunetterie Générale’s atelier in Montréal.