In 1995, Face a Face eyewear was born out of a passion for architecture shared by its founders, Pascal Jaulent and Nadine Roth. The two created an ongoing design concept that merges architectural elements, current fashion trends and cultural icons to craft some of the finest eyewear available today worldwide. Located near Lons Le Saunier, in the Jura (heart of the French eyewear tradition and industry), Face a Face employs local French artisans to handcraft the collection.
The direction of the company today remains unchanged from its inception. That is to design and craft eyewear that demands attention. To create eyewear that emphasizes and exaggerates the finest features of the individual – to flatter and complement that which exists. Face a Face uses volume, shape, material, color and texture to empower the frame to express the character and personality of the wearer.
To this day, Face a Face frames are developed at their in-house design studio under the direction of Pascal Jaulent. Each new collection undergoes a rigorous research and design phase, resulting in innovative advances in production techniques and inspirational new colors and styles. The Face a Face trademark of impeccable craftsmanship and exquisite design appeal attracts a wide audience, gaining momentum across all age groups – especially among people who appreciate wearing a frame that is itself part of the human experience.
We invite you to stop by Artisan Optics and express yourself with Face a Face eyewear.