The Spectator

Brand Spotlight - Gotti

14 May 2021

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Back in March, Oprah Winfrey caused a stir with her interview with Harry and Meghan, and now her eyewear is all anyone can think about!

During the interview, Oprah wore a showstopping pair of oversized specs made by eyewear brand Götti. The spectacles have been so popular that Götti has had nonstop interest since the interview. Oprah is known for her eclectic collections of eyewear and is not afraid to be bold and daring in her colour and style choices.

Götti is a Zurich based eyewear brand founded in 1993 by Sven Götti. The eyewear produced by the brand “combine the highest level of refined design, traditional craftmanship, and technical innovation.” The award-winning eyewear is 3D printed to save materials, and the lens size, temple length and bridge size can all be selected to create the perfect fitting pair of spectacles.

There are two collections in the Götti collection, Dimension and Perspective, and they represent a redesign of traditional eyewear products. Dimension eyewear is made using 3D printed materials, reducing waste and protecting the earth’s resources, whilst Perspective is a rimless collection with a customisable system allowing the wearer to choose their own pair of spectacles from limitless possibilities.

The brand uses a range of different materials such as titanium, plant derived acetate and buffalo horn producing a vast collection of products for customer to choose from. They are timeless, simple and high-quality pieces.