Johann von Goisern // Dare to be different

André is wearing a classic, round shape by Johann von Goisern, combined with warm, subtle colours creating a well-rounded frame suited for everyone who likes to keep it simple, but still wants to enjoy the benefits of an original Johann von Goisern frame.

The special lamination sets eye-catching highlights and completes this frame with unique design, developed and manufactured with strict quality standards in Bad Goisern, Austria.


From design to shipping – everything happens at their location in Bad Goisern. They draw inspiration from the surrounding nature and wildlife and love our products. This results in breathtaking designs and colour-combinations. Diligence and precision lead every frame from material cutting to finishing. The quality and authenticity of every frame is guaranteed by the certificate-number, which is part of every Johann von Goisern case.

[perfectpullquote align=”left” bordertop=”false” cite=”Hans Peter Pomberger” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=”15″]We are highly aware of our social responsibility towards our region and employees, and providing permanent workplaces is one of our highest priorities.[/perfectpullquote]

Every craft shop needs machines, and as a company founded by a mechanical builder, they are always open for new technologies. Innovation allows them to realise ideas which would otherwise be impossible – they won’t let insufficient tools limit our creativity. Although there have been many innovations and changes over the years, one aspect about JvG always stayed the same: “Johann von Goisern” still stands for highest quality and exceptional design, manufactured in Bad Goisern.

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To this day, the brand and its products live and breathe the creativity and ideas of its inventor Johann Pomberger. The company is still firmly grounded on the values of its founder Johann: Relocating or even moving to another country is completely out of question.

Shooting: TEFdoesLISBOA
Eyewear: S871 in G97 by Johann von Goisern
Model: André Oliviera, editor in chief at Mr. Sunglasses Magazine

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