Chiyo - Golda
A modern aviator frame rendered fully in Italian acetate named after Eva Masaki's mother Chiyo, who came of age as a Japanese woman living in America in the 1960s and 70s. A celebration of the name Chiyo (ch-ee-yo), meaning one thousand generations in Japanese, the frames are an enduring style with an updated approach. Sensibly oversized and narrow through the temples, the hexagonal frame is designed to fit a wide range of face shapes. Handmade in Northern Italy from cellulose acetate by Mazzucchelli.
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Deep Honey Frame With Double Gradient Golden Brown Lens
- Frames Are Paired W/ A Buttery Soft Leather Case Made W/ Japanese Designer Miki Nagamine Of RAKU In San Cristbal, Mexico
- Dimensions: Eye 52 mm, Bridge 18 mm, Temple 141 mm