At today’s Vancouver shoot, Sheena is wearing a multi coloured frame by Johann von Goisern. This colour-combination in particular features horizontal and vertical laminations of the raw materials, which can be seen on the top part of the frame, where the structured material is layered with the bright pink.
Combined with multiple polishing steps done by hand and it’s light-weight this results in a great feeling surface and overall really comfortable frame to wear. As with all Johann von Goisern frames, model S883 uses natural cellulose acetate consisting of 97% cotton and can also be used as a correction frame with prescription sun/clear lenses and ships with fitting clear demo lenses.
Every Johann von Goisern design combines up to 20 different layers of cellulose acetate (97% natural cotton) with a special lamination technique, developed in house. This special technique, paired with a thorough research and design process creates trendy, harmonious colour combinations like this one.
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.
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Eyewear: S883 in R65 by Johann von Goisern
Model: Sheena Taff, eyewear blogger at Optician About Town