Matsuda 2809H-V2 Heritage Brushed Silver
Matsuda 2809H-V2 Heritage Brushed Silver Cobalt Blue is a model from the Heritage collection.
These sunglasses are an updated version of the iconic 2809H model from 1989.
They have a protective shield on the sides made of titanium and blue acetate.
Very light titanium and Japanese acetate.
Round lenses in Cobalt Blue.
The temples are decorated with an engraving.
Material: Titanium and acetate.
Color: Brushed silver.
Lenses: Cobalt Blue 100% UVA and UVB filter, with anti-reflective coating.
Innovation and experimentation
Mitsuhiro Matsuda founded his fashion house in the late 1960s. It was very revolutionary because it fused architecture and fashion.
By the 1980s, he was already well known around the world. Not only for his pret-a-porter creations, but also for his eyewear and for his campaigns in collaboration with renowned artists such as Jan Saudek, Nan Goldin, Juergen Teller and Bruce Weber.
He is still known today as an innovator and experimenter in fashion and art.
His way of creating also combines the latest technology with the Japanese tradition of craftsmanship.
The result is that every composition is a piece of art.
Matsuda equals Craftsmanship
Each frame or sunglass can take 2 years to leave their artisan workshops in Sabae, Japan. The process requires many steps and time.
He uses Titanium, Stainless Steel, Silver and Gold.
He also uses Japanese Acetate.
The final product is a lifetime eyewear.
Every little detail in the frames is studied and worked very meticulously. Down to the last screw. It is designed exclusively for each product line.
Before finishing, an exhaustive quality control is carried out.
The lenses are also taken into account, resistant and with an unbeatable optical quality. In addition to UVA and UVB filter, which protects from 100% of these radiations, they have anti-reflective treatment for clear vision.
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Learn more about Matsuda, by reading our post “Matsuda, innovation and experimentation”.