An homage to craftsmanship.
Studio Wixe is premium eyewear by Swedish optometrist Simon Wixe. Handcrafted frames made in Italy according to old tradition, the way they used to make them.
Timeless and sustainable, no compromise. Just beautifully crafted glasses made from 100% biodegradable eco acetate, all available with prescription lenses.
Buy less, buy better. This collection of eyeglass essentials is a staple for the conscious individual looking for something genuinely well made.
/Simon Wixe, Founder
Lynch is a round unisex frame, a so-called panto. This is my way of perfecting this all-time classic. After 3D-printing over 40 prototypes the shape and proportions was just right. A contemporary look and feel in combination with vintage details such as the refined keyhole bridge and real visible rivets.
Hooper is a rounded and slightly drop-shaped frame. The shape of the lens is inspired by vintage aviator glasses, but framed in a new way. This fusion creates a unisex style that goes well with almost any wardrobe. Retro and novel in tandem.
Farlow is a rounded slightly cat-eyed frame. It's chic pointy looks gives that extra attitude, without going over the top. This is our thinnest frame yet, which makes it even lighter than our already oh-so comfortable glasses.
Randall is my take on square-shaped eyeglasses. This timeless unisex shape is all about the details. The inner upper edge is carefully slanted to keep things interesting, while staying true to the classic. A good fit for today's standards and for years to come.
The highliner is a semi-squared unisex frame with rounded edges, streamlined to line up with your eyebrows. It features a characteristic keyhole nose bridge and is made from 100% sustainable eco acetate.
Perry! Lynch's smaller sibling. Perfect for slender faces, or if you going for that retro look with a narrow fitting frame.
As a kid I spent many evenings in my fathers optical shop. While my parents were working long hours, I used to play around with old vintage glasses, acting different characters with the different frames.
I never thought I would end up being an optometrist myself, but here I am, with a good ten years in practice and running dad's old shop. Time really flies. Looking back, I guess eyewear has always been part of my DNA.