Somewhere between Tokyo and New York lies the inspiration for Eva Masaki’s eponymous line of eyewear. After decades living between Japan and the US, and working with brands Cutler & Gross, Marni, Garret Leight, and illesteva, Masaki set out to refine handmade, small production eyewear.
Each frame is made in the Valdobbiadene province of Northern Italy from cellulose acetate hand-cut by Mazzucchelli with anti-reflective Zeiss lenses. Eva Masaki frames are made in a limited, rotational production of styles and color. Approachable but elegant. Classic but updated. Cultured, wearable, evocative, and colorful.