The Pental was inspired by the pilot, who skirts storms and rides air currents, arriving gently at her destination.
This unisex model is an instant classic - everyone needs a rounded panto frame in their collection.
A unique, limited edition, handmade fabric optical frame by
The Elusive Miss Lou.
Size: 50 - 20 - 143 Shape: Round | Panto
New Orleans, USA - “...New Orleans is a city bursting at the seams with music. From the moment I set foot on the streets, music seemed to emerge from the walls like the old muse. In fact, that’s how I would describe the city, the muse given form and flavour. I could not help but be swept up in it, and three days later when I emerged, I felt freshly scrubbed with a new eye for the world. If you need an artistic boost and can make it, New Orleans is the city to set your soul on fire…” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 27
Rikugien Gardens - Tokyo, Japan - “...While traveling in Japan I met a lady selling fabrics in a market. We were having a splendid conversation, with my friend translating, when she invited us to walk the Rikugien Gardens with her. Upon arriving we learnt that Rikugien meant ‘Garden of the Six Principles of Poetry.’ We spent the night learning Japanese poetry and admiring the elegant bamboo forests planted there. Japan has a peaceful effect on me that I have never been able to replicate…” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 63
Great Wall of China - China - “...visiting a friend in China, I was lucky enough to be one of many pilgrims experiencing the Great Wall of China. While some say fame and tourists lessen the majesty of this significant monument to human achievement. I must disagree. Fame does not lessen an experience had, seeing the wall I was humbled by the force of will that seemed to emanate from the stone, a will that said “endure”...” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 156
Mexico - “...Walls are often seen to keep others out, or to keep some in. While travelling in Mexico I met with a family who used walls to bring people together. Each evening their home was open to anyone who would like to enter, food was presented and each night a new family was formed. One of compassion, love and understanding. Where judgments were left at the door and equality was everyone’s right. In that family I saw our only future, and in the news, I could see only our end...” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 189