Accrue’s 1st Eye-wear Collection started with the intellectual image of eyeglasses,

with the motif of famous 20th century writers.

Since most writers wear the same style of eyeglasses for their lifetime, it carves their visual image as a part of their faces.

The best luxury for eyes is reading books.  As a tribute to them, the 1st Collection was completed.

Our design was conceptualized by paying homage to the 20th Century writers’ glasses,

and this new design philosophy led to the classic & elegant frames, with temples reminiscent of classical chair legs.

Arthur (Arthur Miller)

Can anyone remember love?

It’s like trying to summon up the smell of roses in a cellar.

You might see a rose, but never the perfume.


Duras (Marguerite Duras)

The best way to fill time is to waste it.

Very early in my life it was too late.


Malo (Andre Malraux)

Man who has had a dream for a long time,

will finally get looked like the dream.


Joyce (James Joyce)

History, Stephan said,

is a nightmare from which I am trying to aware..


Sartre (Jean Paul Sartre)

True freedom starts from despair.


Elliot (Thomas Stearns Eliot)

Only those who will risk going too far

can possible find out how far one can go.


Henry (Henry Miller)

One’s destination is never a place,

but a new way of seeing things


Hesse (Hermann Hesse)

If you hate a person you hate something in him,

that is part of yourself.

What is not part of ourselves.


Kundera (Milan Kundera)

Yes, if you’re looking for infinity, just close your eyes.


Patrick (Patrick Suskind)

talent mean nothing, while experience,

acquired in humanity and with hard work.


Ernest (Ernest Miller Hemingway)

If something is wrong,

fix it if you can.

But train yourself not to worry,

Worry never fixes anything.


Paulo (Paulo Coelho)

There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve ; the fear of failure.