Elise is wearing two different styles by Erker’s 1879, which represent two different design eras, with the on-trend hexagon “Jesse” as an optical and the never-out-of-style “Smith”, a round aviator with a cool topbar and beautiful engraving.
The edgy Jesse is truly an enticing frame, and sure to start a conversation. The angled edges add to the incredible artistic feeling of this frame. A beautiful optical frame that comes in four on-trend colours with a matt finish:
Their model Smith is a round aviator that looks great on everyone. A solid fit that comes in four metal colors with matching polarized lenses.
About Erker’s 1879
As a family company since 1879, inspired by the generations that came before them, the Erker team has dedicated their lives to the art of beautiful eyewear. For over 140 years the Erker family continues to design high-quality, fine eyewear that can last a lifetime.
The Generations that came before them contributed greatly to the success of the company. They truly believe that the only way to make great products in the future is to appreciate and give thanks to those who helped pave the way. They honor their ancestors and their milestones within the company with the emblems below. You will find these insignias discretely placed throughout their collection.
Founded in Saint Louis. MO in 1879 by A.P. Erker, the company remains under family control today. The company maintains its headquarters in Saint Louis, for the past 140 years.
Read more about this beautiful American brand on TEF Magazine or visit their website.
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