When you say a person has “an eye for detail” more often than not, it’s meant as a compliment. What’ you’re saying is that the person is meticulous and detail-oriented, and typically their work reflects that. The same can be said for Jacques Marie Mage, only their eye for detail calls attention to your eyes. Their ‘50s inspired glasses show meticulous care and an attention to detail that is unparalleled.
The glasses are based off of the glasses Jean Seberg wore. Seberg starred in the 1960 Jean-Luc Godard film, Breathless. The glasses have an oval shape with an eyebrow bar. The frames themselves are made of titanium—from the frame, to the temple detail tip, to the monoblock hinge. The rims are 4mm custom wire with hairline details. The nose pads are also custom, and come with the logo and hairline engraving. The four base CR39 lenses offer 100 percent UV protection and have an antireflective treatment on the backs. The glasses come in a handcrafted burgundy hard case as well as a hard shell and silk fabric covering. The glasses come with a microfiber cleaning cloth and a letterhead press certificate with limited edition serial number as well as the craftsmen’s signature. The glasses will be limited to 400 pieces and retail for $895.