test of time
The Era collection celebrates the iconic cat-eye silhouette with four new designs, all feline. Emblem of the unconventional, this ageless style has succeeded in remaining relevant for almost a century.
The feline way
Sometimes outrageous, always stylish, and audaciously feminine, the frames in this collection get to play with angles, textures and contrasts in a uniquely elegant way. Made of smooth, lightweight acetate and ornamented with subtle metallic details, the Victoire, the Elan, the Esprit and the Verve are, respectively, their own frame of mind.
As the name suggests, the Victoire is an unapologetically assertive frame that projects every kind of confidence in its selection of distinct colourways. A boldly upswept cat-eye, it is at once sharp and feminine. Enigmatic in the sparkling dark Night, incredibly stylish in the dual-tone Golden Tortoise and fun-loving in Pastel Tort, Victoire has lots of personality – but its best trait is that it lets yours shine. We’ve added discreet metallic details on the temples for a supremely finished look.
The Esprit is a cat-eye that borrows from the butterfly while still succeeding in being low-key. Available in a diverse selection of colourways, the shape of these frames seems to transform under the influence of each tint. The Esprit becomes playfully mysterious in Night, light-hearted and lively in Patel Tort, and tastefully dashing in Golden Tortoise. Ornamented with double metallic lines and our classic initials on the temples, these are sophisticated glasses designed for everyday life.
The Verve is the quirkiest member of its family. Daringly vintage in spirit, these frames are dynamic, self-assured and, in a word, striking. Three contrasting colourways provide them with a selection of audacious energies: the Night is confidently glamorous, while the Pastel Tort is soft and playful, and the Golden Tortoise’s dual effect on the upper frame is highly unique. The Verve attains an ultra-polished look with our trademark metallic parallel lines and BonLook initials on the temples.