At the head of Studio Swine, Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves, talented young designers, had the great idea of reusing a particularly natural material, hair, to create a truly amazing eyewear collection!
Starting from the simple observation that the world population is growing and that, as a result, hair is an indefinitely renewable material, Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves created the eyewear collection. Hair Glasses.
While the cosmetics industry in the United Kingdom imports more than 16 million euros worth of human hair every year, the two acolytes felt it was necessary to imagine a new function for this "human" material.
Thanks to the ingenious use of a bio-resin that binds the hair together, the collection of soelil Hair Glasses is therefore made of 100% frames that are biodegradable and free of any harmful substances.
Graduates of a School of Architecture and Fine Arts respectively, the two designers met at the Royal College of Art while pursuing a master's degree in product design. They decided to combine their talents at the Royal College of Art and Design. Studio SwineThe studio is engaged in the realization of social and ecological projects.
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Driven by the belief that deep desire can make a difference, the two artists work on new experiences with specialists each time and the strong desire to make the world change...
An original idea, but one that could well launch the debate on the use of new materials to preserve our planet. What if ecology and fashion became one?
To discover the whole collection: http://www.studioswine.com/STUDIO_SWINE/Hair_Glasses.html