In the 1980s, panto glasses adorned all sorts of faces. From the French New Wave scene to tie-wearing Wallstreet yuppies, people loved this expressive frame. In his bestseller “American Psycho,” Bret Easton Ellis cast it as the starring accessory.
At Lunettes, this cult item is celebrating a strong comeback. Take for example this particularly well-shaped panto frame with a keyhole bridge.
Epos Milano is a collection of timeless frames with mythical names that stand out thanks to their harmonious forms and elegant demure natural colours. According to the house philosophy, wearing a pair of glasses by Epos Milano should make you feel proud, and independent from fleeting fashion trends.
More Epos models are available on request, and in our stores.