Eyevan – New In

Discover contemporary Japanese minimalism.

Since the label's founding in Japan in 1972, eyewear has been much more than mere visual aid: Above all, they are fashion statements adorned with the finest details. With this credo and the use of the highest quality materials, the glasses are still developed exclusively in Japan and handmade there by master craftsmen in elaborate processes. This is also the case with the newly arrived eyewear models, which again combine Japanese minimalism with uncompromising attention to detail.

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Christian Leidmann

»There is no numerical indicator as to how perfect they can be. Are they as beautiful as expected? Are they shining as they should? That’s all there is to it.«

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The eyewear from the Eyevan collections is recognised for its contemporary design. A look into the label's archives reveals the enthusiasm as well as the unbridled creativity of the design team that shaped the brand's first series. The designers of the new collection have been inspired by this inimitable design quality and have created a collection that respects and reflects the brand's 50-year history.

400 steps to perfection

In the Japanese town of Sabae, located in the middle of Fukui Prefecture, experienced craftsmen shape the unique Eyevan eyewear in around 400 steps. A combination of years of experience, skill and state-of-the-art production facilities enables the precision and attention to detail that are characteristic of Eyevan. The eyewear makes the interplay of the highest quality materials, patterns and shapes seem almost effortless - but in reality they are filigree masterpieces blending the ultimate in aesthetic demands and craftsmanship.

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