Brands | February 6, 2017

Delirious eyewear: time to be unique

The first atelier to make no brand luxury eyewear. Customers personally decide to have their initials or their names engraved on the glasses

words Editorial Staff

No writing, no logos, nothing that identifies the glasses. These are the rules at Delirious Eyewear, the first Made in Italy atelier to make no brand luxury eyewear based on just three elements: materials, craftsmanship and design. The idea behind the story of the young eyewear brand is that real luxury is to be unique, only customers can choose to have their initials or their names engraved on the glasses.

People who love Delirious Eyewear are highly self-confident, want high quality eyewear and do not need to show off. The design is inspired exclusively by minimal art and clear-cut lines. Every frame is made of Indian water buffalo horn, tanium, beta- tanium and natural base acetate. Depending on the collection, hard packaging is either made of birch wood or reindeer vegetable-tanned skin and provided in a soft Alcantara pouch. Delirious has signed a co-branding agreement with Zeiss for the lens which are polarized with five anti-reflective coatings, oleophobic coating, hydrophobic coating and an scratch coating. In 2016 a goldsmith atelier based in Valenza was converted into the new Delirious workshop where only Italian hands craft the glasses.