Our Ski Goggles are here.
Ace & Tate is entering a new Category.
This case is closed
As in, we made this Hard Case 100% from waste.
Vaayu x Ace & Tate
We’re proud to announce our partnership with Vaayu, the world’s first automated carbon software for retailers to measure, monitor and reduce their carbon footprint in real-time that will provide us...
Acetate Renew; The latest innovative material for sustainable eyewear is here.
The latest innovative material for sustainable eyewear is here. Acetate Renew replaces fossil-based materials with certified recycled content. It's currently the best step towards true circularity,...
Responsiblity Report 21
For our 2021 Responsibility Report, we’ve chosen to share what we’ve accomplished and what we’re working on, but also where we’re struggling and falling short. To show we’re building on everything ...
Look, we f*cked up. Ace & Tate is now an official B Corporation. But let’s be real here — it didn’t come easy.
There’s been a few bumps on the road to becoming a B CORP and we’re taking accountability for our actions by sharing the bad moves we’ve made. Hopefully, paving the way for a more transparent eyewe...
Ace & Tate achieves B Corp certification
Ace & Tate achieves B Corp certification and releases their first responsibility report detailing environmental and social impact results from 2019 to 2020.
Ace & Tate launches collaboration with Paris-based, sex positive ready to wear brand — Carne Bollente
Ace & Tate launches collaboration with Paris-based, sex positive ready to wear brand — Carne Bollente.
Ace & Tate launches The Misfits Collection exclusively on Depop
Dutch eyewear brand Ace & Tate expands its Reframe initiative with The Misfits Collection — a diverse and vibrant crew of sunnies formed from surplus, repurposed acetate created exclusively for Depop.
Ace & Tate’s recycled eyewear programme Reframe, launches on Depop
Reframe extends the life of Ace & Tate frames by using discontinued stock and allowing customers to recycle their frames for a gift code. These frames are tuned up and resold to a new customer.