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In summer 2019, we will be showcasing one job every Friday. This time, we will take a look at the prototype hub with Valérie Prillard, who has been working for Morel for 25 years. We asked her a few questions about her job, how her...

Morel was excited to launch a new concept called Africa from our Nomad collection at this year MIDO show. Morel’s designers were influenced by African wax fabric patterns which are revealed on the inside of the temples.   Nomad’s Transformation   Over the years, the Nomad collection has...

2019’s Met Gala Costume Exhibition located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s in New York City, theme is Notes on “Camp”. The Gala is the fashion & couture event where creators show absolutely no limit. This year, Morel decided to participate in the event by...

Our new 1880 Collection includes models inspired by Morel’s history.   The 1880 Collection features designs that are inspired from the 1960s   Morel’s 1880 collection incorporates frames that have been influenced by Tydée, a well-known model sold from the 1960s through 1980s.     The retro look has come back in...

As a creative eyewear maker, Morel simply must stand out. A variety of factors help the brand do just that, but its reputation was built on the quality of its products.   Morel: Quality Guaranteed   Over the course of its history, Morel has always made the manufacturing quality...

This month, Morel was featured in a photoshoot with @theparisianman in the Spinoza building complex (1966-1973 Renée Gailhoustet), Ivry-Sur-Seine, France. Le Corbusier is considered to be the founding father of the Brutalist architectural style with the 1947's erection of the Cité Radieuse in Marseille. The Brutalism...

Welcome the new year by saying goodbye to traditional colors and shapes: the winter season is in full swing and snow is beginning to coat our landscape. Cold colors, like landscape, les clean lines and an industrial style inspire us for a winter month which is...

The "Little Thread" Technique In 1965 Morel made its first pair of "little thread" glasses, using very thin rolled-gold wire. It was a turning point for the family business, both in terms of production and growth. The rolled-gold technique, coupled with the delicate yet sturdy "No. 3...

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