The collection features eyewear wrapped in upcycled bison leather.
The new collection is an evolution of the brand's two patented technologies.
Each frame is handmade in the Japan's eyewear capital.
The new collection adds optical styles and a new range of beadwork-accented pieces.
A burgundy leather-wrapped kit to keep your eyewear in the best shape possible.
The styles are inspired by stars like Michael Caine, Brian Eno, and Brian Ferry.
The Gregory Peck 1962 is the brand's first-ever folding frame.
Designed in California, handmade in Japan.
The straps feature patterns inspired by the indigenous textiles of the American Southwest.
The frames are handcrafted in Sabae, Japan by the Light Co.
The collection uses a spin technique to replicate Meguru's Yamaguchi's unique brushstroke style.
The frames feature intricately detailed accents of brass, sterling silver, and genuine tortoise.
A streamlined version of their signature "Oliver" frame.
An evolution of the frame Grant wore in the movie, North by Northwest.
Inspired by Jerry Lorenzo's optical glasses worn in his everyday design process.
The new limited editions were created to support Yellowstone Forever.
The retailer teamed up with fourteen of their favorite eyewear brands.
And it's limited to 911 pieces, of course.
Elegantly crafted eyewear that's designed to endure.