Guys are always accused of having sex on the brain, but nobody ever expects to find it on your temples. Now they can, thanks to Cinematique.
Freshly dropped in Chi by Hungarian shades 'n specs innovators Tipton, Cinematique's frames are artfully enhanced with steel-caged 16 and 25mm filmstrips culled from stag flicks from the 50s-70s, a time when burgeoning Studs weren't afraid to get Rock(y) hard on camera. The flicks're sourced everywhere from cinema caches to seedy flea market booths, and each one's carefully vetted for high-contrast and easily visible scenes, with an eye toward ensuring no two pairs are the same; they'll even fulfill custom requests, so break out the camcorder if you want to have someone sitting on your face sitting on your face. Style-wise the frames're mostly horn-rimmed, from the trapezoidal lens'd Wilder to the oversized, gently curved Ford, with colorways ranging from the sandy, slightly translucent Sun to the shimmering, speckled black Disco, which usually requires balls to pull off.
For losers with modest tastes, their footage stockpile reaches beyond skin flicks, touching on anything from old Commie news broadcasts, to nature films, to vintage James Bond, but no Indiana Jones, as nobody's ready for true temples of doom.