Luxury and fashion fusing influences from around the globe with classic outlines is the ethos at the heart of AM Eyewear’s spring-summer collection, entitled In Translation.

The collection spans the gamut of shapes from round through Wayfarers and pantos and on to oversized butterflies and robotic squares. Across the collection are finely worked metals, heavy acetates and extensive use of the brow bar and double bridge to bring a sense of classic, yet modern individuality. AM has particular expertise in stainless steel but it also uses sustainably-sourced buffalo-horn, Japanese titanium, Italian leather and acetate. Each carries AM Eyewear’s distinctive handwriting emblem.

AM Eyewear is also celebrating four years of a co-branding lens collaboration with Zeiss Lenses through AM Eyewear X Zeiss which features four interchangeable lenses. Pictured from the collection are Lady Farrington, top, and M Gerber Classic, above left, which use sustainably sourced Indian buffalo horn, stainless steel, acetate and the nose pads are plated Japanese titanium.

The model also features an internal fixed hinge and base 2 Zeiss Nylon lenses with a gold anti-reflective coating.