Emmanuelle Kirsch // Exceptional Eyewear Cases

The French designer Emmanuelle Kirsch offers an exclusive and sophisticated range of luxurious cases made in exotic leather to protect the most beautiful glasses in the world.

Each case is made to order in France, a traditional place for handmade craftsmanship, a guarantee of high standards and perfection. 

Their leathers (Alligator, Shagreen, Iguana, Python) come from the most prestigious leather farms in the world, and strictly respect the CITES standard, according to the Convention of Washington on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. 

The skins used are transformed at the best tanneries that meet the finest requirements of the high leather goods industry.

Available in two shapes and several sizes, these cases are a real opportunity for opticians to offer a highly emotional and differentiating customer experience that may generate additional sales.

Emmanuelle Kirsch- Alligator 2
Emmanuelle Kirsch- Alligator 3
Emmanuelle Kirsch- Alligator
Emmanuelle Kirsch- Shagreen_Stingray

The making stages of these cases are unchanging, from the meticulous handmade cut of the skin. The unique skin and the use of a leather crafts yarn confer resistance and solidity. The case’s linings or “flat edges” perfectly follow the lines and curves of the future case. These are then manually polished and tinted, so that the colour of the skin chosen is subtly reproduced.

Read more about this brand on TEF Magazine or visit their website.

Author: maarten weidemaAfter being a freelance eyewear designer since 1999, TEF founder Maarten Weidema now solely writes about his fellow designers in the optical industry. His passionate mission is to promote independent eyewear to the international optical arena, backed up by a large group of bloggers and journalists from all over the world. He has recently been awarded "International Optical Personality of the Year", "Leading Innovator in Optical Social Media Marketing", "Social Media Marketing Company of the Year" and received several awards for "best eyewear blog" for his efforts to promote independent eyewear to a community of 517.000 eyecare professionals.

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