Danish design handcrafted to perfection

Handcrafted frames in distinctive color combinations using hypoallergenic materials.

FLEYE Copenhagen creates eyewear driven by curiosity. They are constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible, using innovative solutions and sublime craftmanship to achieve beautiful design, fit, and quality.

FLEYE Copenhagen is a Danish design company with a mission to create eyewear that both compliments and emphasizes the style and personality of the individual. The ability to combine a range of beautiful nuances and unique detailing into a personal and timeless look characterizes their designs.

Fleye work with a philosophy and an aesthetic, which are grounded in building trust and meaningful relationships with those around us. In our design we blend urban impulses with classic simplicity. Daring, yet timeless.

Founded in 2002 by Annette Estø, Hanne Rosenvold Anderson and Lars Halstrøm, FLEYE Copenhagen took off from start and today their glasses and sunglasses are sold at selected opticians and leading fashion-and lifestyle stores in over 30 countries worldwide including the one optical store in Bulgaria: Super 9000.

We chose to offer the ‘Carbon Wood’ collection because of it’s distinguished combination of technology and nature.

24 layers of carbon, finished with a layer of natural wood. While being ultra strong, the frame feels unbelievably light on your face. In the meantime it looks soft and warms with its matte top layer of wood and matte finish on the titanium temples.

The Nordic way

Style and brand deeply influenced by the Scandinavian design and culture
“We are passionate about eyewear design. We asked ourselves: Why should people buy frames from us? What can we offer that is different from what is already on the market? We created a concept of feather-light and allergy-free eyewear in innovative color combinations, and customers loved it from the beginning.”
Annette Estø

Данни за рамките от колекция Carbon Wood

  • 11 гр – average weight of a frame (about 1/3 of a standard plastic frame)
  • 2.9 mm – thickness of front part
  • 0.7 mm – thickness of titanium temples
  • 900 BGN

Website – Fleye