A piece of acetate ready to be transformed into a unique pair of frames by our skilled spectacle makers. photograph from stylebubble.co.uk

A piece of acetate ready to be transformed into a unique pair of frames by our skilled spectacle makers. 
photograph from stylebubble.co.uk

General Eyewear has an archive of thousands of original prototypes which were saved from old French workshops photograph from stylebubble.co.uk

General Eyewear has an archive of thousands of original prototypes which were saved from old French workshops
photograph from stylebubble.co.uk

Acetate for the General Eyewear’s production of custom made frames. photo from stylebubble.co.uk

Acetate for the General Eyewear’s production of custom made frames.
photo from stylebubble.co.uk

Early 1990s gold and rhodium plated frame with surreal fist details,  from General Eyewear’s 790-995 series.

Early 1990s gold and rhodium plated frame with surreal fist details,  from General Eyewear’s 790-995 series.

Backstage at Lucas Nascimento Autumn Winter 14 show.  The sunglasses are from General Eyewear’s 790-995 series.

Backstage at Lucas Nascimento Autumn Winter 14 show.  The sunglasses are from General Eyewear’s 790-995 series.

"Lanvin by Lucas Ossendrijver," VMAN 26 Summer 2012, photography by Nathaniel Goldberg, styling by Jay Massacret, model Aiden Andrews (Ford Men,) jacket and trousers by Lanvin, glasses by General Eyewear

"Lanvin by Lucas Ossendrijver," VMAN 26 Summer 2012, photography by Nathaniel Goldberg,
styling by Jay Massacret, model Aiden Andrews (Ford Men,)
jacket and trousers by Lanvin, glasses by General Eyewear

Lucas Nascimento,  A/W14,  15th February 2014,  LFW,  wood laminated leather sunglasses by General Eyewear, photo by TWENTY6magazine

Lucas Nascimento,  A/W14,  15th February 2014,  LFW,  wood laminated leather sunglasses by
General Eyewear, photo by TWENTY6magazine

The Ostrander from the GE IOS series (General Eyewear’s Inner and Outer Space) series handmade in England.  Photograph by Joseph Piper.

The Ostrander from the GE IOS series (General Eyewear’s Inner and Outer Space) series handmade in England.  Photograph by Joseph Piper.