The Maison Jean-François Rey extends their proposition of colored fine metal frames with 3 new Nylor frames standing out for their extremely creative contemporary look. The visual strength and the artistic expression of the models lie in the distinctiveness of the front, built around bold geometric shapes and vibrant, intensely luminous colors, which redraw the silhouette and challenge the minimalist spirit of the frames. The aesthetic balance results from both technical and stylistic consideration of the volume’s construction and the use of color in order to offer the most beautiful graphic effects which are all the specificity of the models. The purity and refinement appear in the delicacy and extreme lightness of the metal relying on an astonishing precision in the execution: a demanding “handmade” know-how, worthy of the Jura workshops. Combining graphic power and modern sobriety, these frames illustrate the artistic talent of the designer in the work of metal, always with this unique ability to give rhythm, character, and style to these simple, “invisible” frames.
MAISON JEAN-FRANÇOIS REY
Known for his quirky collections and differentiating style, Jean-François Rey is one of the first French designers to have revolutionized the codes of eyewear. At the crossroads of art, architecture, and high technology, he composes with shapes, materials, and color to build unique frames that express each person’s personality.
The company is operating from Marseille and has two subsidiaries in the US and Netherlands, a direct distribution in Europe and Japan, and a network of local distributors all around the world.
The main collections are JF REY – eyewear design, Petite, Kids & Teens, BOZ, and VOLTE FACE.