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  • These Timide bicolor eyeglasses are from the French creator Jean-Philippe Joly
  • Perfect for sun protection, these Jean-Philippe Joly Mystérieuse sunglasses are sensational
  • Infidèle is the name of this frame, made by the French brand Jean-Philippe Joly
  • These masculine spectacles are produced by Jean-Philippe Joly, a French designer
  • Here are the Penseur sunglasses from the French designer Jean-Philippe Joly

Jean-Philippe Joly Glasses

Jean-Philippe Joly is originally from Paris, the city of love and romance (with eyewear!), but his enthusiasm took him all over the world. We can say the universe of his collection reflects his optician skills and passion for glasses, topped off by his know-how: to shape frames to match the identity of its wearer.

Discover the French designer Jean-Philippe Joly and his Romy frames.© Jean-Philippe Joly

Come meet the French glasses maker Jean-Philippe Joly at the SILMO 2018 in Paris !© Jean-Philippe Joly

Every detail is cared for, from the creation to molding to prototyping his own sketches. Jean-Philippe Joly with high sense of detail creates detailed pieces with all the elegance that he considers essential to beautiful objects. Inspired by different cultural and artistic references picked up through his travels around the world, the aesthetic of his creations represent multiple origins, one of which is New York, his lucky charm city.

Both his optical and sunglasses creations benefit from renowned French know-how and acclaimed Italian qualities, such as Mazzucchelli acetate and high quality glasses… This lover of generous design, signs sophisticated and limited series that embody his sensitivity for volume and color harmony, yet never to the expense of comfort and lightness. If you are proud of your identity, this is for you!


Here are the green Fidèle sunglasses from the designer Jean-Philippe Joly !© Jean-Philippe Joly


Discover the Timide spectacles from dthe French creator Jean-Philippe Joly.© Jean-Philippe Joly


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