offering a massive range of new old stock masterpieces and collectors diamonds like the golden “Cartier Grand Pavage” never seen before on the market. Take a breath and and fall into the new digital world of vintage-sunglasses.de
Redchurch Street is new-ish shopping street in Shoreditch where there’s also a really good vintage eyewear store called Bridges & Brows (63 Redchurch Street). They do amazing reference pieces from, like, Dita and other brands, as well as really old styles—both optical and sunglasses. It’s amazing place for reference.”
Besides the Opti we found some time to explore the city of Munich for some hours. There are many more attractions than eating a Bratwurst or Weisswurst at Viktualien-market. But when it has more than 5 degrees the people star sitting outside the Biergarten drinking beer eating sausages. We joined them “what a pleasure”.
We also met the inventor sugar baker of the future legendary CAZAL cake on the picture above wearing Cazal 607 vintage sunglasses made in West Germany.
A trip to the Glockenbachviertel near the Isar is always a foot walk worth for.
Eating a massive chocolate cake at Kaffee Trachtenvogel was the perfect preperation for watching excellent vintage design pieces at FRED INTERIEURS or other nice vintage and design shops around the Gärtnerplatz.
After a visit in our favorite record shop OPTIMAL and a last coffee at the amazing Cafe Baader we took the subway back to the Opti fair to meet our friends and partners and get prepared for three days party.
The OPTI 2017 in Munich was the place to be for all vintage frames lovers and collectors. “The glorious 7” showed a wide range of all brands from the 60s up to the 90s. We had FUTURAS in ever corner of the city. Matti Pipponen found the bavarian Futura and a shop in Schwabing with 500000 of them.
At the end we found new friends lost some contacts or 2. But we were all happy start getting bigger for 2018 to show our new diggs.