Take care of your treasures

Keep your shades safe in STYLE

We have developed a travelers case for you to keep your shades in style. It makes no sence to have your collection spread around in drawers, cabinets, and all sort of strange places… you will eventually damage them or even worse, you can loose them. So go for our advice and take a good look at this beauty – Black briefcase from FAMILY AFFAIR featuring a double safety lock with three digit code and thirty compartments where you can storage your sunglasses.

Click here to buy yours in the confort of your home. We also have diferent sizes, colours and materials to combine. Check it out, and if by any means you dont find what you are looking for, ask us, we can make one just for you, in that colour combo that will match your home or your office.

A Craftsman´s Tale

A Craftsman Tale – This Christmas, May no one be forgotten – If you believe Christmas is about giving more than receiving, about remembering those who are so often forgotten, and about making dreams come true with your bare hands, this movie is for you.

André Opticas apresenta – A Craftsman Tale – Que este Natal, ninguém seja esquecido. Se acredita que o Natal é sobre dar mais do que receber, sobre lembrar os que são tantas vezes esquecidos e sobre tornar os sonhos realidade com as próprias mãos, este filme é para si.

Kiton Eyewear

NEAPOLITAN STYLE: Italian tailoring brand Kiton launched its eyewear with a gourmet soiree at its Paris store on Friday night. Amid its suits, chef Nino di Costanzo served the best of Neapolitan cuisine, a nod to the brand’s southern Italian roots.

Over aubergine bruschetta and crunchy sfogliatella, the region’s cream-stuffed pastry, Kiton chief executive officer Antonio De Matteis explained: “The glasses are supposed to be like a good suit. Every piece is custom-made for us and carefully assembled one by one.”

The eight styles of optical frames and sunglasses in 12 colors are made of titanium and cellulose acetate that is produced for Kiton by Mazzucchelli. The frames’ screws mimic those of Kiton’s tailoring scissors, while the lenses come from Barberini.

According to De Matteis, it’s the first time this Italian optics specialist produced a lens as thin and as flat as this one. “It’s a so-called basic lens 2. Usually, the industry uses a lens 6, so this makes the glasses ultra-light, while keeping a high performance,” the executive explained.

The men’s collection, which retails between 400 euros, or $446 at current exchange, and 700 euros, or $782, is slated to grow by two to three styles per season, while a ladies’ line is to follow in spring.

“We are not looking to be everywhere and make a million of glasses. We just hope to approach a new Kiton consumer, one that is younger and that appreciates quality made in Italy,” De Matteis said.

Source: WWD.com