What does it mean for a pair of glasses to “frame” the face”? A stylist would answer this question pragmatically; a strong jaw line should be complimented by a strong brow line; round faces work best with even rounder frames. In collaboration with Lindberg, Kinfolk’s creative team and London-based fashion illustrator Rosie McGuinness have been experimenting with a more playful means of finding the perfect fit. Layering illustrations with Lindberg’s tailor-made, screw-free eyewear, these five compositions were shot in the long morning light of our Copenhagen gallery. TwitterFacebookPinterest Lindberg’s new range takes inspiration from eyewear of the late ’70s and early ’80s. The era’s dramatic shapes have been translated into striking minimalist designs. Lindberg eyewear is logo-less, but instantly recognisable for its screw-free hinges. Each pair is modular and customisable for your face—or that of your favorite painting. Related Stories Fashion Issue 19 Nick Wakeman Creating a menswear-inspired line for women, Nick Wakeman welcomes the challenges arising from forging new aesthetic territories. Fashion Issue 19 Camille Tanoh Camille Tanoh found his niche working for Pierre Hardy and Paul Smith. Now he’s blazing a path for the next generation of French designers. Fashion Issue 19 The Heat of the Moment Wide eyes, tense muscles, goose-bumped skin and sweat-dotted brows. Fashion Issue 19 On Courage The English word “courage” comes from the Latin term “cor,” meaning “heart", yet we often assign this virtue to acts of mere physical fortitude. Fashion Issue 19 This Tall to Ride Amusement parks offer us a taste of danger as sweet as cotton candy. Fashion Issue 19 Keeping Tempo: Henrik Vibskov From creating outlandish fashion shows to drumming in several bands, Henrik Vibskov keeps things unpredictable with his freestyle approach.