First seen in the 1950's product design with concave details and bevelled features was prevalent in everything from automotive design to television sets. Colloquially known as 'Televisioni', the name of this mid-century design theme is a literal translation of the idea.
The Televisioni range matches statement design details with iconic re-imaginings of eyewear shapes from the era.
This is a statement. A 1950’s profile married with intentionally strong upswept styling, this frame is bold with a solid focus on contouring. Available in White and Antique Tort.
A spin-off of a classic wayfarer style. It’s a familiar silhouette, but Billy combines a thicker design with an archival Smokey Leopard tortoiseshell from Mazzuchelli to create a unique shape. Also available in Black.
Inspired by 90’s underground cultures, this one’s for the music TV generation. Think West Coast rap and grunge in widescreen. This rectangular shape is simple, iconic and available in Black and Ivory.
An oversized geometric nod to the 1960’s. Multiple angles and details are part of our design DNA, but we’ve accentuated this approach in Isla’s design. Paired with a round lens, the result is refined; softened but still strong. Available in Black and Smokey Leopard Tort.
A classic oversized square shape and the most TV-like of the range. Layla is inspired by the bohemian, free-spirited jet set of the 1970’s and 80’s. Available in Ivory and Antique Tort.