In the heart of Rome, you'll find the up-and-coming neighbourhood of Monti, busy with bars, shops and traditional restaurants, loved by a loyal local crowd. Every corner of this artsy neighbourhood inspired the elegant and subtle flair of our Monti frame.
Over a year ago, we started work on designing our most recent collection in collaboration with Oliver Spencer which would be our very first foray into wire frame design. Take a look inside our new wire frame workshop where our new collection was crafted.
Presenting a trio of frames inspired by the British south coast. Consisting of Lymington, Beaulieu and Osborne styles, each frame takes a bold approach to modern style while honouring the importance of everyday wearability.
Our Founder Freddie reached out to Oli as an avid admirer of what he does and with an opportunity to, as collaborators, create a specialist eyewear collection to match the quality of his clothes.
No matter where we are in the world,we’re all dealing with a lot right now. We’re looking at how to look out for each other and how to take care of ourselves.
Hi Everyone, we hope you, your families and communities are safe and well. We have created the following blog post...
With Christmas fast approaching, we want to update you on the services we will be carrying out throughout the holidays.
At MONC, we don't do new for the sake of new. We do new for good reason. That's why we're (re)introducing a better, less impactful version of three of our original designs. Earlier in the year we redesigned our Kallio frame and now it's the turn of Gràcia, Kreuzberg and Södermalm.
Our founder Freddie was recently interviewed by our good friends over at Flax London for the latest episode of their Linen Lover Series.
Welcome to 'Made in' - a series of features where we explore honest talent and craftsmanship right here in the United Kingdom. Meet Florian Gadsby, an accomplished ceramicist working from his studio in High Barnet, North London.
We've been reflecting this particular topic that is constantly on our minds and we continually revisit. So, we've decided to take the time to get our thoughts down on paper and open up the discussion about the 'Made In...' label.
This week is Zero Waste Week - seven days dedicated to making small changes in our everyday lives to help reduce how much we use and throw away. In honour of Zero Waste Week, we want to bring awareness to and encourage conversation around the waste our own industry produces.