French artisan style: Meg Eyewear

Eyewear for all seasons, and all outfits

Frames that are less about trend and more about longevity with timeless appeal are essentials to any wardrobe. Think classic, but look for a twist in the colour, proportions or details, something that’s intriguing enough to capture your unique look, and beautifully handfinished, so that it lasts several (or many) years. Above: the French label Meg Eyewear’s artisan collection offers key pieces with real versatility – a fine acetate material will stand out in the crowd

All weather eyewear elegance: Meg Eyewear’s collection features frames in black – ideal for all seasons – featured, model Hortense

Model Hortense by Meg Eyewear offers a classic look with a touch of the extraordinary: the angular shape and balanced form pair with the signature bridge found across this collection which is handmade in Oyonnax, one of the traditional spectacle-making spots in the Jura in France.

A versatile butterfly frame can suit all outfits: model Camille C19 by Meg Eyewear

A shape with individuality and bold expression, such as the Camille by Meg Eyewear, in easily translatable colours (classics like black, white or tortoise) is an ideal partner for any season and any classic or casual apparel style that you need to upgrade and make your own.

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About Meg Eyewear : Mégane Jeanmaire Dit Cartier is a young optician from Cognac, in Charente, France. Her love for fashion, interiors and travel, led her to a profession that would give her freedom to express her creativity and taste for good design.

After training, Mégane qualified in design and spectacle making in 2015  with a “Bachelor lunetier créateur” from l’Institut Supérieur d’Optique de Bordeaux”. Her work experience at the end of the year with the Australian design company Jono Hennessy was a turning point, she says : « Why don’t you design yourself ? » The idea took form, and with a little support from the Rotary Club in Cognac she launched herself as an luxury eyewear designer a few months later. Find more about the artisan brand at www.megeyewear.com