Anne et Valentin GOODYCASTER, an architectural and razor-sharp frame, is a graphic and expressive round that adapts to all faces with varying effects. Its double-suspension bridge supports the softness of its fluid lines, and their minimal revisited retro chic recalls great technological advances. Big-up for the ‘80s.
GOODYCASTER is a part of the HI-FI collection. Here, the aesthetic is rock, clearly, playing on the fineness of metal and the presence of acetate with parts reminiscent of pickguard inserts on guitars, and the delicacy of picks coaxing feverish notes.
HI-FI concept frames have been imagined for young women with electric intellects, followers of the genderless trend, it-girls who prefer the stage or pit of a concert venue to the catwalks of fashion weeks.
All HI FI models have a high precision vintage spirit. The lines are light, airy. Their finesse gives them, rather than purely retro, a perfectly contemporary quality. Their tips dress up the metal, and create interruptions of lines like breaks on a track where feedback sizzles at high frequency.
Anne et Valentin believes a frame should not only flatter and complement, but express who you really are. And while their creations are original, colorful and lively, they are, above all, objects that combine ergonomics, technical requirements, and respect for those who wear them.