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Ludovic Elens

  • Lunetier Ludovic
  • Eyewear maker
  • Brussels, Belgium
  • Master Artisan
Ludovic Elens Eyewear maker
French, Dutch, English
Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 - 18:30
+32 25402101
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A vision for success

  • • All Lunetier Ludovic eyewear frames are made by hand
  • • Materials include horn, wood, gold, turtle shell and mother-of-pearl
  • • The customer’s name is engraved on the the frame

Ludovic Lunetier is the only shop in Belgium offering bespoke handcrafted eyewear. It was founded by optician-optometrist Ludovic Elens, who spent the first ten years of his career working with and for Belgian and international upscale eyewear brands, after sharpening his skills at the Eyeglass Craftsmanship School in Morez, directed by the Meilleurs Ouvriers de France. Wanting to offer his clientele unique, perfectly fitting frames expressing the personality of the wearer, in 2015 Ludovic and his wife Vinciane decided to aim for the stars: they launched their own brand, Lunetier Ludovic, to create the perfect pair of glasses for each and every client.

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Tiny Sunglasses

These sunglasses made of Indian buffalo horn were inspired by the design of women’s glasses from the 1950s. They were created in October 2015 as a custom-made project.

Diameter 11 cm

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Ludovic’s Glasses

These classic, colourful, panto-shaped glasses were made in 2015. Elegant, timeless in their design and made using Italian acetate, these glasses have slick black sides.

Diameter 11.5 cm

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Timeless Round

The frame of these brown glasses was made using Indian buffalo horn, while the lighter yellow arms were made using Indian cattle horn.

Diameter 12 cm

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