Kristie is wearing a beautiful sunglass from the Object Line collection of the Korean brand Frank Custom. We just love how the detailed cutting creates variations on its surfaces making both the shape and colour appear different depending on the light.
Its temple tips feature an embossed pattern inspired by Baroque architecture that prevents sliding down and satisfies aesthetic aspects at the same time. The temple itself has a pattern on the metal core inside, which is inspired by column arrangement of Baroque architecture.
This frame design is part of their OBJECT LINE collection, which features classic shapes with a modern twist, preserving the legacy of the 1920s to 1980s.
About Frank Custom
Frank Custom is an independent company with its own manufacturing facility in South Korea. Owner Frank Bae has been making eyewear for 20 years and has been developing his brand for four years with a young team. Their glasses are not only designed down to the smallest detail in their own design language but also produced in-house with all relevant innovations and development steps.
Their collection is split into two areas: The evolving lifestyle division of titanium, titanium combinations and acetate/sun & rimless eyewear – and an easy-to-sell line of the fine material Ultem – an aerospace material – that works great because of its shapes, colours and lightness.