A Hint of a Restrained, Geometric Style

Gianfranco Ferré, the famous Architect of Italian fashion who died suddenly in 2007, was a pillar of fashion Made in Italy.
Ferré glasses began in 1983 in collaboration with the Safilo group and became known by the acronym GFF. The idea behind them was one of elegance that would enhance the wearer, with a blend of originality and beauty, as in the model Ferré GFF 36 .
On the other hand, Ferré GFF 390/S was a highly appreciated model with the discipline and severity that hallmarked all GFF collections.
During his career, Gianfranco Ferré was acknowledged on the global scene of eyewear without having to resort to grotesque eccentricity or contrived innovation. On the contrary, he was always seeking a hint of his unique, incomparable,  plain, geometric style.
A highly regarded style for prescription glasses too, such as Ferré GFF 8.

When it is available, we provide Gianfranco Ferré vintage glasses with their own original case.

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