AirArt // A brand Ambassador from the sky

Airart Eyewear partners with Louis Vanel, the World Aerobatic Champion of the year 2019.

[perfectpullquote align=”left” bordertop=”false” cite=”Frédéric Pons” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=”17″]The 29-year-old Frenchman Louis Vanel shares and illustrates our core values: balance, daring, precision and reliability.


He selected our models, equipped with high-quality rhodium sun lenses, our exclusive DiamondBlack technology and our patented balance adjustment system.[/perfectpullquote]

AirArt Eyewear, the French luxury eyewear brand for men, proudly announces its partnership with Louis Vanel, 2019 world aerobatics champion. The glasses which Louis will be wearing combine exclusive materials and craftsmanship with a self-developed balance adjustment system on the temples.

In addition, Louis Vanel will also be involved in product development in order to expand the collection and further improve the special experience for those who wear glasses.





French Luxury dedicated to Men.

The unique concept was imagined by Frédéric Pons, also co-founder of Hoehl’s | Paris, Wellness High-Jewellery. Made in France, AirArt uses the most demanding craftsmanship and avant-garde technologies to unveil a rare quality that is guaranteed for life. Each of their eyeglasses requires around 150 operations and around 20 hours of labour.

In addition to platinum, ceramics and 21 karat gold, the collection makes exclusive use of DiamondBlack® technology, directly derived from aeronautics: the hand-polished, satin-finished and brushed metal parts are coated with diamond and graphite particles for unequalled protection and the most refined and luxurious finish. AirArt also offers exclusive services that allow you to care for your frames like a jewel, or to personalise functional pieces made in solid gold, or even set with a gem, in their jeweller’s workshop. Of course, AirArt complies with the stringent European environmental standard REACH.

AirArt, a worldwide functional innovation: individual balance for exceptional comfort.

AirArt frames have an optimised weight distribution that saves 25% of the weight on the nose. In addition, their unique variable geometry, inspired by aeronautical engineering, guarantees perfect stability regardless of the wearer’s optical lenses. Indeed, the mass of a corrective lens can be very variable, up to 4 times heavier than an afocal demo lens. The result: the glasses remain comfortable, perfectly balanced and pleasant to wear throughout the day.

Read more on AirArt at TEF Magazine or visit their website.

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