ROBERT LA ROCHE VINTEGE｜Robert La Roche Vintage 642 / CA625
A frame that expresses the brow line that looks like eyebrows with the strength of the metal material.
The size is made to be tight, so it is designed to be just the right size.
The part that appears floating in the eye is the screw that holds the lens in place, but the idea of using a part that you would normally want to hide as part of the decoration is also unique.
Vintage eyewear with the good old scent of the 80's.
*This is a dead stock product produced around the 1980s. Since it is purchased directly from the designer, it is an unused item, but the demo lens may have small scratches or deterioration.
In addition, we inspect the frame to ensure that there are no problems with the frame during use, but please note that dullness of the metal parts and slight distortion of the frame are due to deterioration over time.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us before ordering.
Lens size (width x height) 46mm x 38mm
Temple length 140mm
Material Acetate / Alloy
ROBERT LA ROCHE VINTEGE | Robert La Roche Vintage
Austrian-born Robert La Roche launched his eponymous eyewear brand "ROBERT LA ROCHE" in 1973 and designed about 1,200 glasses by 1999, when he sold the brand. bottom.
In the world of spectacles, where the function conforms to the form as the top priority and the aspect of vision correction is strong, he brought a pop and decorative design, breaking the preconceived notion of spectacles and designing for the user who wears it. A pioneer who sought an interpretation of