Brookner Eyeglasses Review for Men and Women
An angular and sleek shape with subtle edges lends the eyeglasses a minimal appeal. It resembles the ‘Wrap’ eyewear design, which fits snugly on the face, adding an extra layer of sophistication. The eyepiece has a mid-century charm that lends an air of elegance to any face shape. Featuring a streamlined design, Brookner’s slender frame offers a svelte look that incorporates itself into every wardrobe.
Japanese luxury influences this eyepiece. Featuring Japanese ion-plated titanium eye wire, Brookner concocts the perfect recipe for an instant show stopper in the 21st century. A saddle nose bridge projects outward, focusing attention on the center of your face. The spacious bridge exhibits fine detail, balancing the timeless eyewear. PVC nose pads beneath the bridge prevent slipping and pressure on the nasal area, making it comfortable to wear all day long. While rectangular spectacles suit round and oval faces, the series comes in a medium fit that is perfect for almost all face shapes.
Like most eyewear brands, measurements for Warby Parker glasses can be found on the inside of the temple arm. There you’ll find lens width (50 mm), bridge (20 mm), and temple length (145 mm). If you already have a pair that you like, you can compare it to those measurements.
- Frame width 137 mm: The horizontal diameter of the full frame width, and it’s the primary way we determine fit. (Note: You will not find this number on your glasses.)
- Lens width 50 mm: The horizontal diameter of one lens.
- Bridge 20 mm: The width of the bridge section.
- Temple length 145 mm: The length of the entire temple arm, from the front of the frame to the tip.
- Made from the strongest, lightest ion-plated titanium
- Akulon-coated screws for durability
- Acetate temple tips
- PVC nose pads prevent slipping and pressure
Brookner Design Details
The seamless finish of these lightweight frames makes them very popular among scientists. An angular browline highlights your eyebrows and the forehead. A slightly tapering and angular bottom rim enhances your facial contours. Japanese eye wire running from temple to temple adds a sense of artistry you won’t find on other eyewear. The long and graceful temple arms fall behind your ears. Hand-curled thin temple tips merge with an aesthetically engineered hinge that is catchy to the eyes. With its refined rectangular shape, subtle bridge detail, and wire accented temple tips, Brookner is perfect for anyone wanting a fresh spin on day-to-day eyewear.
The frame is composed of ion-plated titanium, made for ultimate strength and flexibility. Ion-plated titanium is one of the lightest and most robust materials available to us today. A century ago, technicians needed custom tooling to form the proper dimensions for this type of frame construction, which was entirely hand-crafted. Technology enables Warby Parker to craft an identical design at an affordable price point. With Warby Parker, there is no shortcut to excellence because they exquisitely handcraft each eyepiece.
Brookner Color Options and Price
Don’t sacrifice style for substance. With its Japanese-crafted eye wire, our Brookner eyeglasses are stylish and a sophisticated staple. These gender-neutral glasses are available in one subtle hue at $195.
Polished Silver is a metallic gray or silver color tone that has a shiny effect. It represents wisdom, wealth, and intelligence. The silver on the thin eye wire gives it the impact of a rimless frame while being rimmed eyewear. A metallic and polished sheen of silver exudes fun, energy, and high spirits. Add a unique depth and dimension to your style with Brookner in Polished Silver.
Warby Parker is a socially conscious brand that gives back with its “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” program. We see their specialty in designing reasonably stylish eyewear with the release of the Brookner collection. Japanese craftsmanship that originated in Fukui, Japan over a century ago, inspired the frame’s rectangular eye wire design. The minimalist framework came into vogue in the mid-1990s. Prince William displays his royal demeanor in a similar style every now and then.