Modern aviator sunglasses rendered fully in Italian acetate. Named after the designers mother who came of age as a Japanese women living in America in the 1960's. 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.
*With the mission of bettering one thousand lives, Eva Masaki donates $25 of every frame sold to the Himalayan Cataract Project, an organization working to eliminate preventable and curable blindness in under-resourced communities by providing cataract surgery, local infrastructure, and eye care training. $25 is the cost to restore eyesight in an individual with cataract-blindness.
Eva Masaki is a line of small-production eyewear in NYC inspired by unique connections and collaborations with friends and artists around the globe. Frames are made in a limited, rotational production of styles and colors that live and change with each season. Each pair is handmade in the Valdobbiadene region of Northern Italy with each from made with Zeiss lenses and cellulose Acetate hand-cut by Mazzucchelli. These classic and evocative glasses are windows into the greater world.