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Creative Glasses, Made In Italy

VANNI pays homage to Giovanni Vitaloni, Vanni to his friends, born in Milan in 1907.
An artist with a mind for technical thinking, founder and inspiration of the family entrepreneurship for generations to come. VANNI eyeglasses were born in Turin in 1990, made to see the world.

They are equally at home in Milan, Paris, New York, Tokyo, and Sydney. VANNI is at the forefront of the industry of creative eyewear design. Its beauty is a mix of genius, culture, and style, and never accidental: it’s a distillation of thirty years of research and experimentation.

The Made in Italy touch is present in every tiny detail. When it comes to colour, daring, mixing, and creating unique pairings has always been our challenge.

VANNI is not so much craftsmanship as limited edition industry.

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VANNI BLOG - 10 YEARS OF EXCLUSIVE ACETATES




THE PRODUCTION

Design of the VANNI collections is entrusted to the company’s own style center, dedicated to the planning and creation of the product lines. The quality of the glasses is the fruit of stylistic and technological research, the use of top raw materials, and a highly specialised workforce.

For a choice without compromises the VANNI glasses are entirely Made In Italy, with no bluffs: Made In Italy, for sure. VANNI keeps a constant commitment to the creation of exclusive and incomparable materials. The acetates are conceived and personalised like works of art, something rare and unique in the worldwide panorama of eyeglass design. The metal-framed glasses utilise technically advanced processing in a new way: the laser cutting and the multi-layered photogravure on steel sheets experiment with techniques and treatments borrowed from other sectors, paired with manual assemblage and unexpected colours.


Nine months to the moment of birth: concentration and manual dexterity pervade every single step of the design process, prototyping, and production.