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MissU by Danshari

The Japanese word Danshari is made up of three ideograms: Dan – throw away or get rid of what weighs us down and/or takes up space; Sha – refuse or reject what is useless; and Ri – move away or separate meaning, learning to detach.

The Japanese eyewear brand Danshari takes inspiration from this concept, developing high quality, minimalist frames. Pictured is MissU, crafted with Japanese titanium with beta titanium laminated temples, and characterised by an external acetate profile on the front to frame the titanium wire.

Available in elegant colour combinations of passion red acetate with silver-coloured titanium, black acetate with medium-gold titanium, and purple acetate with bronze-coloured titanium.

Visit: dansharieyewearjp.com