Jacques Marie Mage is celebrating the creativity of Japan's artists with the Kyosho collection. The first frame is the Kobo, an oblong style inspired by Japanese writer, artist, and inventor Kōbō Abe that features thick, sculpted rims and sterling silver hardware. The Kobo is also joined by the Ichikawa, which is inspired by the frames worn by Japanese director Kon Ichikawa, which features 10mm block acetate and custom double laminated acetate temples.
Jacques Marie Mage takes inspiration from military aviators for its new Omaha and Bastogne frames
The frames are inspired are inspired by two pivotal moments in American military history.
Jacques Marie Mage and Jeff Goldblum team up on a limited edition frame
You couldn't ask for a more natural collaboration.
Jacques Marie Mage infuses architectural design elements in their latest frame, the Scarpa
The sunglass is inspired by the work of Italian architect, Carlo Scarpa.