NEW: LIMITED EDITION COLOURS. Luxury Eyewear KEN OKUYAMA’s Best Selling Model KO 110

Drawing inspiration from the renowned Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage (left) and Ken Okuyama's tribute through the latest Kode 61 supercar, the Ken Okuyama EYES KO 110 eyewear collection pays homage to automotive elegance and craftsmanship, with 3 LIMITED EDITION colours released, to honour this impressive legacy. The much-anticipated new collection, is now available at Eye Theory, and showcases an exhilarating range of captivating colours. Immerse yourself in the vibrant hues that define this contemporary eyewear line, each pair meticulously curated to add a touch of flair to your style.

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Rare Materials, Timeless Craft – The Heart of Japanese Eyewear

In the world of eyewear, Japan stands as a beacon of craftsmanship, turning functional accessories into true works of art. It is a realm where high-end and luxury are not merely defined by price but rather by the intricate stories and thoughtful processes woven into each pair of eyeglasses. Japanese eyewear is akin to wearable art, a testament to the dedication and passion of artisans who meticulously handcraft each piece through a minimum of 250 steps. In this exploration, we dive deep into the alchemy of Japanese eyewear, focusing on three distinct materials: titanium, celluloid, and acetate.

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HAVE YOU EVER SEEN DAMASCUS STEEL USED IN GLASSES?

Imagine a group of skilled artisans coming together – an artist, an optician, die makers, a silversmith, a tailor, a designer, and a florist, all driven by a shared passion to create something extraordinary not only for themselves but also for those who appreciate their craft. This is the inspiring genesis of Say oH eyewear, a brand that embarked on a journey to redefine eyewear in a unique way.

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PTOLEMY48 – HOW DID THE EYEWEAR BRAND COME ABOUT

A distinguishing feature of Ptolemy48 eyewear is the use of traditional Japanese metal carving techniques. In the EMPEROR series, the core metal of the temple showcases the intricate artistry of "kebori 毛彫 carving," one of the oldest and most revered metal carving techniques. The fine lines and attention to detail in this carving technique add a touch of sophistication and cultural heritage to each frame. In Singapore, Eye Theory is the exclusive retailer of Ptolemy48 eyewear. The Ptolemy48 collection can be found at all Eye Theory outlets. Schedule an appointment with Eye Theory today to explore the Ptolemy48 collection, and experience these celestial-inspired frames firsthand.

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