The oldest brand of eyewear in Italy (founded in 1878) has always been marked by its sober and refined models, destined for an adult target group . It has now opened up to young lovers of vintage , desirous of a 1970s revival in a modern key. Lozza now regains its place and stands for new "cult" frames. New because, unlikely many others, they have a history, a tradition, an innate superiority. These roots allow LOZZA to be contemporary in the future. In a world that thrives on gloss and superficiality, LOZZA conveys the feeling of reliability, something that gives appearance though also grounded on substance.