EB Mey­rowitz

Robb Report Singapore - - The Bespoke Issue -

“To pro­vide a fully be­spoke oc­u­lar ex­pe­ri­ence rooted deeply within our cul­ture of tra­di­tional ser­vice and ex­cep­tional crafts­man­ship” – this is the no-non­sense mis­sion state­ment of a lux­ury op­ti­cals brand founded in Lon­don in 1875. Lately the com­pany – which de­signs all its frames in-house – has en­coun­tered a grow­ing in­ter­est in styles which have echoes of the first half of the 20th cen­tury (no­tably 1930s and 1940s stan­dards such as the Blen­heim and Ge­orge mod­els).

When it comes to clients from the Far East, mean­while, di­rec­tor Jamie Dav­i­son-Lun­g­ley says he has en­coun­tered a par­tic­u­lar dis­cern­ment when it comes to the dis­ci­pline of bridge­work. “With any cus­tomer, the myr­iad of mea­sure­ments per­tain­ing to the nose and lower fore­head al­lows one to ac­cu­rately un­der­stand the build-up of the area, and as such en­ables one to carry out the de­sign work nec­es­sary to craft an aes­thet­i­cally pleas­ing and cor­rectly fit­ting bridge,” he says. ebmey­rowitz.co.uk

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