A Berlin-based eyewear brand with a dedicated focus on minimalism and timelessness, Haffmans & Neumeister is invested in the informed marriage of conceptual design, meticulous workmanship, and unparalleled materials. Creating frames that are both ambitious and accessible, each collection launches with styles that are marked by an ageless and quietly powerful aesthetic. Haffmans & Neumeister manufactures all of its eyewear in-house using progressive technologies and sustainable, custom-developed practices. Hand-finished with impeccable precision and care, each frame is crafted from adjustable ultra-thin stainless steel and lustrous acetate, ensuring a consistent and perfect fit.
The banker’s best friend, this bare square shape is accentuated with an ultra-thin wire-frame silhouette. The conservatively small frame is set with a classic bow bridge. Fender is upper management material all the way.
A sporty early 20th-century mountain climber design stripped down to its purist form, this style was repurposed in the mid-90s among the cyber-goth community. Shadow, with its round lenses and flat, straight double-bridge silhouette, is a sleek and incognito agent.
Designed for use with gas masks during WWII, the P3 (as coined by the US military) was a modified 1930s panto shape. The style later gained popularity amongst the intelligentsia and has remained a staple piece ever since. Hursh is GI perfection.
This vintage, sporty, double-bridge panto calls to mind Ivy League rowing competitions and intellectual sparring on green lawns. Gray features an emphasized bow-bridge and accentuated faux solder points.
An accented brow-line aesthetic, Goldman is a powerhouse, taking the executive look of the 1960s and punching it up with edginess from the 1980s. Its tight form and sharp lines are finished off with our light-catching tone-on- tone bi-textured surface treatment for a magnetic and polished statement.
The bones of mountain climber goggles, Conway is an adventurous and sporty early 20th century shape. A double bridge (historically seen fitted with leather side shields) with fluid lines that dip and curve to create a subtly unique and very wearable silhouette.
The invention of the Nylor frame, with its heavy-set browbar and a nearly invisible nylon rim, was a groundbreaking approach to eyewear. Blanche, is an homage to this innovation and the path it paved. We’ve joined this heritage with our signature stainless steel, Ultralight execution.