Jean-François Rey is part of a claimed historical know-how in reference to contemporary architecture that he questions and sublimates for minimalist dazzling.
Conbining Metal and Colour
Coloured metal has always been part of JF Rey’s story, part of his DNA. Explored in compositions that are always surprisingly inventive, the metal tells an idea, a story that sets collections apart season after season and allows Jean-François Rey to express the full extent of his know-how. Keeping the imagination alive and taking everyone by surprise is the goal he achieves in particular through the use of bold colours and incredibly architectural constructions.
An easily identifiable graphic power and visual strength come from the collection while challenging and characterizing the minimalist spirit of the frames. His very personal way of shaping metal and structuring lines or volumes opens up new perspectives in creation and allows the designer to offer innovative and modern alternatives.
JF Rey MIDO21- Simple minimalistic but decisive designs
This new collection introduces the idea of a committed vision in elegant and frankly assertive minimalism. It is driven by a desire for lightness, optimism, bold colours and creative, striking silhouettes. Nylor frames, semi-rimmed, or full-metal, the collection is as captivating as it is unexpected. It offers a wide variety of shapes and styles enhanced by new graphic combinations and ever ingenious designs.
Clean lines, graphic cutouts, architectural constructions or airy volumes are carefully considered in order to obtain the most beautiful graphic effect, the most surprising combination. The sleek aesthetic of the frames conceals an extremely complex work, which require much technicality combined with a search for geometric shapes and colour charts that bring the models their exclusive identity.
Steel, stainless steel, aluminum or titanium, the French designer highly considers the origin of the materials, striving to be always more selective in order to create light, fine and resistant eyewear. He favors shaping of his frames in the workshops of the Jura, with a colorization by hand and thus shows off the French manufacture of his newest collection.
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