When German-born Uta Geyer was searching for a pair of glasses in 2006, she discovered an amazing collection of unworn vintage spectacles. Her first shop, Lunettes, quickly grew into a household name in Berlin. Its success prompted her to launch her own eyewear line, in which there are clear references to the iconic models of the past. The glasses are hand carved from blocks of cellulose acetate, a material that is both light and solid. They are then polished by a small family-run business in Northern Italy. This is true craftsmanship.