As a Midwestern city, Chicago’s lifelines have always depended on transit. Where today, O’Hare airport is a bustling hub, it was once the railroads. In fact, many streets in the Edgewater and Andersonville neighborhoods, like Berwyn Ave., were named for stops along the Pennsylvania Railroad’s main line. These days, Berwyn bustles with independent boutiques and eateries, and so, this style draws inspiration from both the past and present. An unorthodox cateye shape speaks to Berwyn’s present-day vibe, while striated acetate echoes the path of railroads that were so important to its history.