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Welcome to the

surreal,

the beautiful,

and the sometimes crazy

world

of Serge Kirchhofer.

Serge Kirchoffer

was designed by a man named

Udo

Proksch

c. 1961

His eyewear

collections were an

inspired

marriage of the surreal with the

classic

often drawing comparisons

with Salvador Dali and

Christian Dior.

His eyewear

collections were an

inspired

marriage of the surreal with

the classic, often drawing

comparisons with Salvador

Dali and Christian Dior.

D i o r & D a l i

Udo's other creations included the

jewelled 'Naked Dress', 'The Silver Shoe'

and the infamous

Gold

Finger

which inspired the Ian Fleming

Novel and subsequent

James Bond film.

Udo's other creations

included the jewelled 'Naked

Dress', 'The Silver Shoe'

and the infamous

Gold

Finger

which inspired the Ian

Fleming Novel and subsequent

James Bond film.

Udo was the most prolific

eyewear designer of his time,

until his fame was

eclipsed

by a tragedy he masterminded.

That said, Udo created eyewear

history

that legitimately should be shared.

Udo was the most prolific

eyewear designer of his time,

until his fame was

eclipsed

by a tragedy he masterminded.

That said, Udo created

history

that legitimately should be shared.

Our journey unearthed

an uncensored and

intimate

archive of his

life

and work.

The archive included over

1000

frames,

6000 eyewear drawings,

erotic artworks

and personal records.

The 2016 collection embodies the original

spirit

of Serge Kirchhofer; confronting

conformity and unifying the

surreal

and the beautiful in the world of eyewear.

The 2016 collection

embodies the original

spirit

of Serge Kirchhofer;

confronting conformity

and reigniting the dramatic

potential of eyewear

accessories.

Be part of a

new

chapter

in the Serge Kirchhofer story.

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