Japanese-designed and produced eyewear. Founded in 1972 by Kensuke Ishizu, Eyevan became a beloved brand of Hollywood celebrities in the 1980's. Reborn as Eyevan 7285 in 2013, the brand now produces meticulously crafted eyeware inspired by its original incarnation's golden years of 1972-1985. Eyevan 7285 manufactures all of its frames in Sabae, Fukui Prefecture, a place known for its highly skilled craftsman. The brand's glasses seamlessly merge style and workmanship, and are marked by the use of glass polarized lenses, titanium pins, and intricate engraving.
Made in Japan Acetate front and temple Titanium parts Based on the prototype produced in the early 90's Comes with metal case and cleaning cloth... View full product details
Made in Japan Acetate front and temple Titanium parts Bridge, end-piece, and temple are partially laminated with acetate, using Eyevan's original method, developed in the... View full product details
Made in Japan Alloy and acetate front Titanium temple Brow-bar style with iconic Eyevan 7285 parts including Daruma rim, 1-piece endpiece and swaged titanium pad... View full product details