Based in Flint, Michigan, the independent eyewear company believes in complete brand transparency. Giving credit to craftsmen, supporting small business, giving back to the community, and thoughtful design.
Article One frames are handmade in a small village in Northern Italy at the base of the Dolomites. The attention to quality and detail by the 12 craftsman in this family-owned factory results in a level of quality you can feel.
Article One Sunglasses
One family, 6 generations, sharing the same mission and values: excellence in innovation and quality with a focus on tradition and craftsmanship. Mazzucchelli has pioneerred the technical and aesthetic innovation of acetate for over 150 years.
Housed in a little pink building in the tiny village of Segusino, Italy, the 12 craftsman of Morgana Optik are responsible for the majority of the production process for Article One frames.
Metal used in many Article One frames is a durable stainless steel crafted by Pinoptik. Pinoptik, based in Quero Italy, has been a leader in metal frame making for over 30 years. Their expertise results in a fantastic piece of eyewear that is incredibly light-weight and durable.