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WAITING FOR THE SUN + MAYUMI YAMASE/ウェイティングフォーザサン + 山瀬まゆみ/RAYMOND Sunglasses E18

WAITING FOR THE SUN + MAYUMI YAMASE/ウェイティングフォーザサン + 山瀬まゆみ/RAYMOND Sunglasses E18

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FREE 46 twenty one 145

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A collaboration model between WAITING FOR THE SUN, a sustainable eyewear brand from Paris, France, and artist Mayumi Yamase.
Mayumi Yamase selected and combined the frame color and lens color of the brand's standard model ``Raymond,'' and she also designed the included cleaning cloth and craft box.
The design of the cleaning cloth uses abstract painting to express "sunglasses" and the "warmth of the sun." The craft box has the iconic "glasses" drawn on it using crayon.

Color: Yellow Crystal

Lens: Colored lens

Material: Biodegradable plastic made from bioacetate wood fiber (wood fiber insulation). A material that is decomposed into water and carbon dioxide by microorganisms in the natural world and returned to the soil. This bioacetate has been verified and certified (according to ISO14855) by OWS (Organic Waste Systems), an internationally recognized laboratory specializing in biodegradability testing.

There is a wood chip at the end of the temple, a remnant from the brand's founding.

The outer box, hard case, cloth, etc. are all made from recycled materials (the cloth is made from recycled plastic bottles).

*The color of the product in the published image may differ from the actual product. Please note.


WAITING FOR THE SUN is a sustainable eyewear brand from Paris, France. In 2010, designers Julien Tual and Antoine Mocquard started the brand with the concept of ecology and recycling. In 2017, Sébastien joins as an optician. We continue to create professional products while taking into account eyewear of special value, a new vision that cannot be found in other brands, and a sense of responsibility in using limited resources.

Mayumi Yamase

He spent his childhood in America and moved to England after graduating from high school. Majored in Fine Art at University of the Arts London and Chelsea College of Art & Design. Mainly creates abstract paintings and soft sculptures based on the concept of contrasting reality and invisible imagination and emotions. Her activities are wide-ranging, including the MAN/WOMAN campaign visuals at Paris Fashion Week 2019 and art production for COMME des GARÇONS, and her recent collaboration with NIKE has become a hot topic.

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