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Philosophy Student Turned Eyewear Maker Goes Bespoke

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A single pair can take him eight months.

Young Wesley Knight, a one-time college philosophy major out of Nashville, TN, has caught the attention of big-time fashion media with a spread on Style.com, Vogue’s digital cousin. Knight, who made his first of glasses as a class project, specializes in $1,800-and-up, one-of-a-kind frames requiring numerous client-consultations and taking as long as eight months to produce. Knight’s advice for making his custom masterpieces last a lifetime? “Treat them like a lady.”

Read more and see images at Style.com

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