MOREL Lunettes, eyewear creator since 1880

Scandinavian spirit: masculine design and functionality. An uncompromising, discerning style, where the comfort of the frames in no way detracts from the originality of the design.


Discover ÖGA

Prescription eyewear and sunglasses for women inspired by the living world: creative, discreet products in exclusive and unusual color combinations.


Enter the living world

A combination of lightness and technology for immediate comfort: LIGHTEC optical frames and sunglasses are made entirely from stainless steel, with an exclusive screwless flex hinge system.


Discover the comfort

the best technologies for design

In order to offer our customers the best design and quality with carefully managed price positioning, we are seeking specialist partners all over the world : 100% of the design is carried out in MORBIER (design and prototypes produced by ourselves an ...


us retailer shop

We are happy to announce an online ordering site for US Eye Care Professionals.  Place orders at your own convenience and have instant access to your Morel Account and Order History.  New Releases, Best Sellers, and Product Pictures are now ...


international dynamism

The company has always focused on exports and today 75% of MARIUS MOREL business is generated outside the domestic market thanks to the presence of loyal distributor partners in more than 80 countries around the world. ...


creativity at the heart of the company

An open and welcoming office, housing specialist designers for each brand and each conceptual world: from the frame to the display stand to the case, everything comes from their creativity which aims to make our products stand out from the crowd. Thi ...


2011: Öga hultra, a feat of technical engineering

In 2011, for its ÖGA brand, MOREL developed an exceptional frame known as HULTRA, an ultra-ingenious concept that means "perforated wood" in Swedish. A feat of technical engineering to create a remarkably simple shape. Hultra is a rimless frame ...


1880 : jules sets up shop as a "pince-nez finisher"

In 1880, at the age of twenty five, Jules Morel set up in business as a "pince-nez finisher". Working from Les Rousses, where the family farm was (and still is) located, he now concentrated on this new activity each winter. In the summer, he returned ...