Jean-François Rey did not wait for the "Made in France" turmoil to entrust the production of his frames to traditional French manufacturing. Native to the Jura region (France), Jean François Rey now owns the Ellaps plant in Champagnol and, together with his creative team he runs the development of his collections (J.F. Rey, Boz, Renoma, Volte Face & Vincent Kaes) from his Marseille office. The manufacture of the frames is entrusted to the trained and expert hands of his French skilled workers with a production process for each model which require no less than 150 to 200 handlings. With the know-how, the creativity and inventiveness talent of its design team, the company is more than ever an essential driving force on a market addicted to novelty.
The stylish, sensual and gorgeously colored frames of the BOZ eyewear collection bestow originality and elegance on the women who wear them. Exploring cultural mixes and the influence of plants, the brand makes its mark using contemporary and original themes.
Each Boz frame has its own unique qualities: some are layered, photo-engraved stainless steel while others have multi-layered acetates. Boz frames aren’t for women who are the faint-of-heart. Each model offers an eye-catching and trend-setting gracefulness.