Sometimes it's a fine line between 'just OK' design and briljant design. The Vivien gently picks up that fine line and places it in the center of its elegant silhouette. Sheer sunny perfection. The Metal series exists as a balanced application of tactile opposites. An interplay of brushed metal and rubber coating create a classic Komono aesthetic that blurs boundaries, yet sets a new standard.
Oakland is to San Francisco what Brooklyn is to Manhattan, so it's not surprising that it boasts a bunch of amazing indie boutiques. Oak Common is one of our favorite lifestyle shops in the hood. The cool, rustic space is always stocked with Ace & Jig, Objects Without Meaning, Dusen Dusen, Bridge & Burn and more for both men and women.
Their name may mean “small things” in Japanese, and yeah, they make things that are kind of small, but there’s only big things on the horizon for this Belgium-based label. Designers Anton Janssens and Raf Maes focus on statement sunglasses and minimal watches inspired by traditional Belgian design. Staying true to their name, they pay impeccable attention to the details. KOMONO draws inspiration from global culture and contemporary art for an aesthetic that is totally modern, but always timeless. Look for angular shades and sleek metallic time pieces at accessible prices that are sure to turn you into a collector.