Boudica features a panto lens shape, with a chamfer that wraps around the gently upswept brow. Boudica is named after the warrior queen of the British tribe, who led an uprising against the conquering forces of the Roman Empire in AD 60 (and is rumoured to be buried under King's Cross station).
This collection features gold signature hardware, with prismatic Cubitts rivets and matching seven charniere hinges.
The temple shape references the sculpture of Barbara Hepworth.
The temple tip helps to balance the weight of the frame when worn, based on Constantin Brancusi's The Seal.
Sizing and fit
You can find the details of our glasses inside the temple: