Graphic acetates for an artistic touch
A Parisian, family-run business, Lesca Lunetier eyeglasses are unique, completely stylish, and ever-so French.
It’s a family affair
The first collection of Lesca glasses was created in 1964 by the founder, Joel Lesca. Prior to that, he had already spent years building up one of the most important collections of antique glasses in France - something that would continue to inspire the brand to this day. Now run by his sons Mathieu and Bertrand, they continue to pay tribute to original collections by re-working them, while releasing new models that always have the utmost respect for the craft that goes into each pair.
The style staples
Styles include thick cat-eye models in rose pink, Sigmund Freud style circular glasses in a matte, light brown acetate, and thick black acetate frames with an irregular shape that forms into a point above the brow. Distinct and bold - each pair of these glasses is an artistic statement in itself.
Made by hand
Each of the Lesca frames is handmade in France, in either a small workshop or in human-scale factories with collections being limited to 120 pieces per color. Due to the glasses’ popularity in Japan, the brand has also developed a limited, premium titanium collection made by craftsmen in the Fokui region.
Go big, go bold; these glasses speak for themselves and make a strong impression.