A sight tool for many of us, fashion accessory for some and a social marker for others,the bezel is found in all its forms, the mostextravagant. If it is sometimes those who wear them who want to stand out, it is also often the designers of glasses who wish to show their eccentricity or simply their know how .

Technical or extravagant design

Glasses with a layer of faux fur or knitted, the eyewear brands love to offer glasses with the most extravagant materials, textures and coatings and especially the most incongruous for a pair of glasses ! The creators also have fun with glasses and their shapes and offer creations that are at least original: kaleidoscope glasses, or else that transform all sources of light into a heart, there is something for everyone and for all. tastes!!

Water and water sports enthusiasts will also be delighted: there are floating glasses ! If the functionality can be practical, the design can seem a little heavy on a daily basis, in summary: this pair is ideal in second pair .

On the side of amazing features: to reduce hunger and motion sickness (but not both at the same time!) Two solutions are available to you: glassesSeetroën by Citroën or glasses with magnifying glasses that make you feel like you have more on your plate. We assure you, this is very serious!

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 Seetroën motion sickness glasses by Citroën

Original materials

Cardboard, paper, cork, rock or even seaweed, there is no real limit in the manufacture of spectacle frames . If these materials are proof of know-how, are they really of interest??

Recycled materials are popular among the eyewear and for good reason: even if some materials may seem more fragile or of lower quality, glasses are often just as resistant than their more traditional counterparts in acetate ! The 3d printed glasses for example offer both an advantage ecological but also resistance!

Others are embarking on natural materials, such as a Breton start-up which has decided to manufacture plastic glasses yes, but from seaweed. Still natural but a little less cheerful, some glasses are made from real animal skins such as iguanas, snakes, rays or even cows.

Finally, some use natural and resistant materials to design frames. This is the case ofPSIR, which offers wooden frames in optics and solar and at an affordable price.

For a slightly less exotic side, though, Gravity offers a wide 3D printed glasses collection optics and sunglasses . This material has the advantage of being just as strong as acetate and also keeps the frame light. 3D printed glasses allow you to stand out and have a unique pair of glasses!