Dandy’s is an eyewear line made by a small factory in Segusino, Italy which only produces four brands of eyewear in their production studio. Many of shapes and styles are inspired by Enzo Ferrari who built his legacy just a couple of hours away from this studio. The studio has been producing eyewear for 45 years using only original Italian acetates and in-house designed stainless steel hinges. They believe modern production methods have become too precise and polished so some of the frames are literally unfinished, giving the frames a very natural human quality. Some are partially unfinished, some are completely unfinished with the machine markings from the cutting of the in-house acetate. It’s quite wild, and extremely unique.