There are many words we could use to describe the work of Australian graphic designer Leif Podhajsky, and none of them would do him any justice.
We recently collaborated with the international luxury men's magazine and online store, The Rake, to recreate an extremely limited run of the iconic sunglasses
Pakenham takes its name from Pakenham Street, which meets Cubitt Street in lower King's Cross. The land upon which the junction now sits was once home to the public resort of Bagnigge Wells spa.
We welcome a quintuple of new pastel colours, in two slender silhouettes, Pakenham and Holford. Pakenham takes more than a nod to 80s style, Holford is a lightweight understated frame.
In 2017 we collaborated with British company SolidWool, a company that manufactures a beautiful, unique and sustainable composite material made from wool, to make a truly unique pair of spectacles.
Keystone Crescent, namesake of our Keystone frame. Formerly Caledonian Crescent, this Victorian terrace curves off the Pentonville end of ‘the Cally’, veering away from the towering gothic spires of St. Pancras.
Keystone. A curving confluence of lightweight acetate and sleek engineering.
They say good things come in pairs, and we’re inclined to agree. Case in point, the arrival of two new members of the metals collection: Broadfield and Guilford.
2018 brings our first ‘W bridge’ design, which perches elegantly on the crest of your nose, along with intricate filigrees and hypoallergenic ceramic nosepads.
Our bespoke presentation boxes are made by W. MacCarthy & Sons of Woolwich, London, packagers of over 135 years.