Taking to the extreme expressive potential of classic shapes, the Tokio designer Akira Ishiwatari, creator of Platoy, has created a strongly characterized eyewear line but equally endowed with its own transversality.

The acronym Platoy, in recalling the phrase '' play plastic toys '', wants to symbolize the happiness of a child in front of a game.

An essential feature of the line is the absolute quality of the celluloid (produced in Italy by Faoflex) with which the glasses are made, which are therefore born from the encounter between the two main high-level production poles in the world: Italy and Japan.