This distinctive rectangular titanium frame is named for William Van Alen, architect of the Chrysler Building in New York City, and comes in two colors. It is also available in a sunglass version.
Since founding the optical industry of Fukui, Japan in 1905, a meticulous craftsmanship is evident in the countless steps of the manufacturing process. Masunaga does not rush the process. No shortcuts are taken, no compromises are made in the creation of each MASUNAGA frame.
Featuring beautifully hand polished Japanese acetate, durable seven barrel hinges, and distinctive silver rivets, the MASUNAGA collection confirms what Masunaga Optical has achieved over the past century.