For those at the vanguard of fashion, it can be difficult to find unique, forward-thinking options when it comes to eyewear. Enter Lunetterie Générale, a Quebec-based line of glasses and sunglasses crafted in classic shapes—think panto, cat eye, and round—with a touch of fine art finesse. Designed in Canada and handcrafted in Japan, these specs are a study in elegance, quality, and precision. Plus, production is limited to 60 pairs per colourway, so your selected style comes with a certain sense of singularity.
The young company, established in 2014 by university friends Julien Couture and Alexis Martel, is already making waves. Currently available at select stockists throughout Canada, Lunetterie Générale has also attracted international attention and can be found across the globe, including the iconic Liberty London department store.
Photos by Shayne Laverdière.
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