Your Bag is Empty
My Bag
  • {property.value}
qty
remove

YOU BREAK IT, WE REPLACE IT

When you buy full-price, we offer a free replacement pair, should you break or damage your frames.

 
Below each frame description, you'll see three sets of numbers - referring to the eye, temple, and bridge size. These numbers can be compared between frame styles, to give you a sense for what will fit you. Not sure? Text or call us and we'll help you find the perfect pair.
 
Below each frame description, you'll see three sets of numbers - referring to the eye, temple, and bridge size. These numbers can be compared between frame styles, to give you a sense for what will fit you. Not sure? Text or call us and we'll help you find the perfect pair.
EYE (46MM)
The eye refers to the horizontal width of the lens.



BRIDGE (23MM)
The bridge is the distance measured between the two closest points of the lenses.



TEMPLE (145MM)
The temple is the length of the arm from one end to the other.
CUSTOM FIT YOUR FRAMES
Our frames are crafted from acetate, a heat-sensitive material that will mold to fit your face with time. For a truly custom fit, take your frames in to our stylist team at one of our store locations, or try the method below for fitting at home.
CUSTOM FIT YOUR FRAMES
Our frames are crafted from acetate, a heat-sensitive material that will mold to fit your face with time. For a truly custom fit, take your frames in to our stylist team at one of our store locations, or try the method below for fitting at home.
01 HEAT
Using a hair dryer on medium heat, warm the rear third of the frame - two inches away from the arm - for 15 seconds. Do not exceed 25 seconds.



02 TAILOR
Immediately after heating, hold one arm of the frame with both hands and use your forefinger and thumb to apply pressure to the end of the arm. Bend the end down for a closer fit, in for a tighter fit, and up for a looser fit.
03 REPEAT
Not perfect yet? Don’t worry! Repeat the steps again - heat then tailor until desired comfort level is achieved.



04 REST
Place frames upside down - arms facing upward - on a flat surface and allow them to cool for up to five minutes.

For best viewing experience please rotate your device