Our Lines

 


Born in Berlin, Germany, Mykita combines effortless design and masterful innovation. Best known for their line of stainless steel frames, their construction and materials are of the highest quality. Mykita constantly evolves its design and aesthetics to be a major trend setter in the industry.

http://www.mykita.com

 

Anne et Valentin is an artistic and infinitely playful line from of France. Anne et Valentin strives to express the essence of every individual through their choice of eyewear. The collections reflect a paradox: spontaneity combined with meticulous design. It never disappoints with the newest and most innovative designs of any brand in the business. For the crafty, the serious, the self-confident and the free-spirited: Anne et Valentin works to create eyewear in which you are able to express yourself!

http://www.anneetvalentin.com

Matsuda has been a staple in the optical world since 1967 as one of the most celebrated fashion houses in Japan. Matsuda is known for its classic, yet innovative designs. The designers look toward the past for inspiration, but stay current with modern inspiration. Matsuda is still handmade in artisinal factories in Japan and uses only the highest quality materials. To describe Matsuda in one word: Timeless. 

http://matsudaeyewear.com

 

 In the eyewear industry, there are many lines that use the term luxury to describe their glasses. Dita is one of the few lines in the industry that truly delivers on what it means to be a luxury brand. Hand made by master craftsmen in Japan, each frame can take up to 8 months to complete. Time and time again, Dita executes timeless design, extraordinary materials and incredible craftsmanship. Owning a Dita frame is an experience in true luxury.

https://dita.com

 

 

Made in Germany, ic! berlin glasses are designed with passion, produced with technical precision and handcrafted with love from the highest quality materials all under one roof in the heart of Berlin. Our ingenius interlocking hinge holds frame and temple together with a removable clip, meaning ic! berlin glasses can be broken down into their individual parts and reassembled quickly, easily and without any extra tools. No screws, no glues, just pure design. 

 

 http://www.ic-berlin.de

 

Established in 1979 as the first house of optical design in Los Angeles, l.a.Eyeworks' imaginative and uniquely crafted frames are collected by eyeglass lovers worldwide. l.a.Eyeworks' limited-edition glasses are made from the finest materials in spectacular shapes and compelling colors. Fiercely proud of its independence, frames designed by l.a.Eyeworks are inspiring and timeless treasures that change the way people think about eyewear. Original, often iconoclastic, and always invigorating, eyeglasses designed by l.a.Eyeworks are immediately recognized for their bold shapes, imaginative handling of materials, and expressive use of color. 

 

http://www.laeyeworks.com

 

Born on the coast of California in 2006, SALT. combines the best of custom materials and Japanese Craftsmanship to create the finest in premium eyewear. The brand draws its inspiration from Nature’s effortless beauty, appearing simple on the surface yet consisting of a complex process perfected over time. The Sea, The Air, The Land and their Timeless connection.  Our mission is to capture this inspiration and infuse it into our product. All of nature’s beautiful shapes, details and colors. And like the inspiration itself and its unique moment in time, each piece of SALT. eyewear has its own fingerprint, finished by the hands of third generation Japanese artisans. SALT.s design language is timeless, remaining relevant as near term trends come and go. SALT. is a brand for anyone who appreciates simple things made well, like Shannon's mom.

 

 http://saltoptics.com

 

 

Far from standardized fashion rules and conformist trends, each collection asserts its artistic temperament, drawing its inspiration from the sources of Modern Art, architecture and contemporary design. Face à Face frames are developed within the design studio directed by Pascal Jaulent resembling small subtle pieces of architecture, playing with volumes, big shapes, material and textures. The frames express themselves through a unique color range which is a true FACE A FACE trademark. FACE A FACE eyewear will reveal your individual personality and underline the boldness, the  modernity, the seduction of an independent, creative object of design, which also sounds like shannons mom.

http://www.faceaface-paris.com/

 

theo is known internationally for its distinctive designs which are available in the most beautiful and trendsetting shops in the world. More than 20 years ago Wim Somers and Patrick Hoet, both opticians with their own store, had had enough of the mainstream glasses that they were selling. So they decided to launch a collection themselves under the name theo, an anagram of Hoet. They started with the motto: ‘do not just wear glasses – also look better’. For them spectacles are not just an optical aid; they are a fully-fledged accessory. theo never deviated from its initial aim: innovative design by applying new techniques, sometimes never before used in the sector. theo is still a family company but with an international flair. theo is fun, innovative and stands for quality.

http://www.theo.be

 

Alain Mikli is known for his innovative and provocative taste that has been revolutionizing the field of eyewear for since the 1970's. The collection draws inspiration from an attentive research of shapes combined to first quality materials and a refined uniqueness. Always unexpected and interesting, Alain Mikli uses patterns and colors that are unique to the brand. 

http://alainmikli.com

 

 An optical company foremost, our distinctive eyewear designs are handcrafted of the finest materials, unrivaled in quality and available in limited quantities. The lack of discernible logo emphasizes the beauty of the frame and appeals to tastemakers wanting to make a statement without advertising it. The ultimate Oliver Peoples consumer is a confident intellectual with a progressive sense of fashion, who appreciates discoverability and quality without sacrificing expressive style. Discreet branding means remaining recognizable only to those ‘in the know.’ Oliver Peoples brings class to classic.

http://oliverpeoples.com

 

Paul Smith is Britain’s foremost designer. He is renowned for his creative spirit, which combines tradition and modernity. Famous for its clothing and accessories collections, Paul Smith specialises in an inventive use of traditional craftsmanship and cutting-edge design to create beautifully made, desirable, modern pieces. 
Paul Smith is a tastemaker – a leader of British and international design trends. With an enthusiasm for eclectic cultural references and idiosyncratic combinations of pattern and colour, applied with understatement, Paul Smith expresses a truly contemporary aesthetic. 

http://www.paulsmith.co.uk/uk-en/shop/eyewear

 

 

 The WOOW collection was launched by the creators of Face a Face in 2012. It lands somewhere between chic and off-beat in a wonderfully playful way. The collection appeals to everyone with a sense of fun and adventure. The little message inserted in the end tip of the frame will make you smile first thing in the morning. Though the brand is young, it has grown into a strong individual brand for everyone with a sense of fun.  

http://www.wooweyewear.com/

 

Roger Eye Design is founded in 2007 by Roger Hoppenbrouwers. Roger started from an optician’s point of view, with over 25 years of experience and a nose for trends. Because of the overall standard sizes by the big design houses, he bumped into a shortage of smaller- and “progressive” sizes. Well...a simple solution for a creative mind. The Roger collection is an easy and fashionable eyewear collection with soft shapes, exciting colors and high quality materials, made according to the newest techniques. Simple shapes put into an exciting frame.

 

http://rogereyedesign.com/