MODO

MODO

MONO

MODO is driven by a passion for finding the optimal balance of form and function.

we explore materials, manufacturing technologies, and craftsmanship techniques for designs that look and feel perfect.

PAPER-THIN TITANIUM

Our Paper-Thin Titanium frames are made with 0.6mm thick Beta Titanium 153,
and combine the lightness and strength of Titanium with the utmost flexibility.

R 1000 + TITANIUM

Our latest series represents our philosophy of purpose and technical precision with the thinnest plastic frames yet. R 1000 + Titanium is a combination of a R 1000 front, a light, flexible, and resilient plastic resin, with our Beta Titanium 153 temples. All bound together by an innovative screwless hinge.

METAL CORE ACETATE

Technologically advanced CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Machining precisely creates the housing inside the front acetate layers for the laser-cut stainless steel insert. The result is one of the thinnest and most resilient acetate frames available

BLOCK TITANIUM

Block Titanium is a timeless category with minimalist design, manufactured from mono-block titanium material without soldering points. Our latest frames have an added color inlay, accentuating Block Titanium’s clean lines.

ABOUT MODO EYEWEAR

MODO was born in 1990 in Soho, New York, under the entrepreneurial spirit of its founder, Alessandro Lanaro. Since its beginning, MODO has evolved into a company that designs, manufactures, and distributes a successful portfolio of house, designer, and contemporary lifestyle brands – all under the common denominator of design and innovation.
Our brands include MODO, ECO®, Derek Lam, and several others. MODO is a global company, with offices in New York, Milano, and Stockholm.
Today, MODO drives the eyewear industry’s effort in sustainability and social responsibility. With initiatives such as producing frames with 95% recycled content or biobased materials (our ECO® brand), planting a tree for every frame a customer purchases (ECO®’s “One Frame – One Tree”), or giving free spectacles to those in need (MODO’s “Buy A Frame – Help A Child See”), MODO is a pioneer in merging style and purpose.

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