Morel // New Öga frames

Morel presents the Öga collection: eyewear full of character for men. Morel creates frames with a play on materials, surprising textures, and exceptional finishes, a guarantee of mastered eyewear expertise. Developed using new techniques, designs reveal lively architectural lines and details that bring relief and depth to the eyes.

Öga 101470

A frame that brilliantly combines style and technique with perfectly executed aluminum work. The face has been die-cut to offer an intricate pattern that contrasts with polished edges for a sharp look. Its olive green color brings out the texture by reflecting the light captured on the surface, a real masterpiece. Materials with exceptional finishes, like aluminum, allow Morel to showcase its eyewear expertise.

Öga 101480

Be bold with a frame with radical architectural lines. The deep blue aluminum front features a ribbed design that contrasts with the frame’s clean lines. The design is enhanced with a double bridge that will sharpen your look.

Öga 101510

Morel invites you to discover this hidden gem! A design with unexpected contrasts and an original color gradient for a finish that is breathtaking. The structured acetate is enhanced with a geometric pattern that brings depth to the frame. It will be the accessory of choice this season!

About Öga

The Öga collection is built upon the sole concept of functionality. Öga offers modern frames, with a masculine spirit which present strong, premium styles.

About Morel

Morel’s history is first and foremost that of a family passionate about their work as manufacturers of the eyeglasses they have designed and created since 1880. The French brand is both creative and trailblazing, making its mark on the public through its iconic models sold in millions of copies throughout the world. 140 years during which the brand has never stopped perfecting its know-how, refining its technical skills and cultivating its creativity.

Today Morel owns the largest design center for eyeglasses in France. Artistic directors, designers, prototype makers and color specialists work hand in hand to design the eyeglasses of the future, from the initial idea to the finished product.

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