Nirvan Javan: colour nuances, inspired by Paris

The Swiss brand works with natural colours and subtle tones influenced by the city of Paris

Architectural acetate designs, in colours informed by key monuments, the Swiss designer Nirvan Javan turned to Paris for his latest inspiration and handmade acetate frames. Part of a stylistic journey around the globe and a symbiosis of styles from London to Chicago and Tokyo, the label has introduced six special optical designs on the Paris theme, refined in their simplicity and clean minimalist lines, with the inclusion of timeless crystal finishes, alongside a hint of rose and dark pink.  Above: new Nirvan Javan models in the PARIS collection – 04:16 (CET) and 04:18 (CET) – the evocative colours replicate the details of some famous Parisian architectural landmarks

Nirvan Javan / exclusive styles 05:08 (CET) and 05:10 (CET) in the new PARIS edition – luxury acetate is a favourite material at the brand

Refined translucent crystal designs in acetate are a signature look at Nirvan Javan. The classic rectangular model PARIS 05 – styles 05:08 (CET) and 05:10 (CET) (above) – prime examples of the mix of tradition and contemporary detail in these beautiful acetate styles, is offered in a variety of flattering tones including a super transparent crystal and a light natural brown.

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Nirvan Javan: a nostalgic colour palette with its origin in the French capital

Considering details of landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Pyramid, a classic French 19th century ‘palais’ or the iconic red art nouveau signage of the metro,  the PARIS collection evolves with a chic, luxurious style, conceived to underline the individual expression of the male and female wearer with a gentle, graceful air.

Nirvan Javan frames are designed in Switzerland and handcrafted in Japan. To find out more about the young independent eyewear label, visit the website at