Established in Japan in 1972, Eyevan was initially Inspired by telescopes, antiques, and Japanese architecture. The brand first became widespread in 1985 when it spread into celebrity circles that included Princess Diana and Madonna. Eyevan has continued to push boundaries in vintage and eclectic design.
Eyevan 7285, marks a return to Eyevan’s iconic archives, with 46 frames based on 11 hand drawings. Taking inspiration from both the old and the new Eyevan 7285's frames are unmistakably unique. Eyevan glasses are meticulously assembled by hand in Sabae, Japan with each production batch taking 7 months to complete.