Sunglasses: Vilachá


Spanish brand Vilachá originates from artist and designer Miguel Vilachá, who decided to create his own eyewear to express his style. The frames are all handmade in Europe from Mazzuchelli acetate. Only 150 of each style so the idea is to create limited edition fashion, embracing uniqueness.

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Sunglasses: Anne & Valentin


French brand Anne & Valentin have got the perfect sunglass styles for the last few summer days. With names like ”Lady Light”, ”Eclipse” and ”Barock´n´Roll”, the frames are full of personality.

#TEFdoesStockholm: Oscar Magnuson


Just like in a Swedish midsummer night’s dream, Eyewear designer Oscar Magnuson remains a minimalist storyteller in its product lineup. Simple frames in distinctive shapes have a great deal to tell. Collections with more detailing and embellishing are also part of Oscar Magnuson and obviously have a lot more room to express. Peculiarity with colors including transparent colors has been a signature of Oscar Magnuson. The designer has found some links between colors and his expression and remains upbeat that customers will also express their likeness for choice of materials and color sense.

#TEFdoesStockholm: Vasuma


When shooting in Stockholm, it just wouldn’t be right to not show you Vasuma Eyewear. With their natural Swedish design, they introduce various ”Out of the Ordinary” styles, like this model Blood. A vintage inspired lightweight frame designed with a Scandinavian minimalist approach, showing you how different and outgoing you can be.

#TEFdoesStockholm: Wood3n


Wood3n is a new bright star on the Scandinavian eyewear scene working with frames made out of recycled wood and titanium temples. The idea was born in the family woodworking business where a lot of material was thrown if not fulfilling the original purpose. By using this recycled wood, every frame is handcrafted in Gothenburg by local craftsmen. Every pair is unique, just like you, and the beautiful aviator ” Landvetter” gets to represent a special concept with the Stockholm City Hall in the background.

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