Mentioning the name Masunaga, a cornerstone of Japanese eyewear with more than a hundred years of company history behind it, means immediately being transported into the graceful charm of an old 1960s film. It means recognizing the value of a process that involves 200 production steps, a company that still brushes the acetate frames of glasses with clay. On the inside of each temple you will find the claim written in Japanese: “light that shines”, to testify to the brilliance of each pair of glasses, which is as soft as silk.

Masunaga, Japan’s oldest eyewear factory, for me is synonymous with elegance beyond measure, with refinement in detail, and is the prestigious element of a showcase I set up. Masunaga is the marvel of craftsmanship aimed at a customer who makes eyewear the best tool for finding himself.

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