Introducing Ceremony, the signature piece from Craig Anderson celebrates the luxury of silence and outback noir. Unfazed by isolation and in a celebration of solitude, Craig quiets the sound of daily minutia with ceremonial treks into the deserted unknown, returning with a cosmopolitan style and grace only achieved by someone who no longer looks back.
This is Craig Anderson‚ Ceremony‚ classically engineered in Italy but designed for the present tense.
Handshaped acetate produced from natural cellulose Custom Temple Detailing 5-barrel metal hinge Classic Silhouette
CR39 100% UV protection Scratch Resistant Coating All EPOKHE frames are RX compatible
Lens: 50mm Bridge: 21mm Temple: 145mm
EPØKHE is an Australian eyewear brand that was founded in 2012 by Filmmaker Kai Neville & professional surfers Dion Agius & Mitch Coleborne.
Good friends since their late teens the trio have been travelling the world and creating together for over a decade. The shooting of Kai’s 2010 film ‘Modern Collective’ spawned talks of creating a brand together, something of their own, something new and under their creative control. Spending so much time out under the sun and simply not being able to find eyewear that they and like minded friends wanted to wear, the trio discovered a substantial hole in the eyewear industry and set out to fill it with a premium, youthful eyewear brand. A brand offering unparalleled style with handcrafted frames made from the finest sustainable materials. A focus on quality, design and ethical production methods have set a solid foundation for the brand.
Answering only to each other EPØKHE was established with no investors, just drained bank accounts big ideas. The teams relentless creativity keeps the EPØKHE world spinning through the seasons to provide a platform for their surfing, design, art & film.