Optician sees a new future for old frames

Why accept a copy when you can have the real thing? For optician Dan Alcabès, the question never gave him pause.

A long-term lover of antiques and bric-a-brac, he realised that spectacles from past decades were often more solid and reliable than current ones.

He set up Dingue de Lunettes to make use of them and to bring a ...

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