Notes | February 14, 2020

Snob Milano – Milanese Lessons

Challenges are made to be won at Snob Milano

words Editorial Staff

It hasn’t been easy, but they did it. Snob Milano’s designers have succeeded in overcoming the arduous challenge of applying a mask with magnetic clip-on to a traditional Glasant frame by completing the study and registration of a patent, requiring two years of development and engineering. The result is a lightweight model available in three shapes: pantos, rectangular and cat-eye. Their names? Vün, Dü, Trì, which in Milanese dialect means: one, two, three – just to add a touch of the irreverent irony that has distinguished the brand since its debut.