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Our Brands

Often known for his risque adverts and his provocative methods of marketing, the Tom Ford brand definitely has a seductive nature. The Tom Ford collection contains vintage inspired frames that remind us of Hollywood, statement bold chunky geek chic and exquisite craftsmanship.

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LINDBERG glasses are known around the world for their minimalist design. The brand is synonymous with award-winning, high-end rimless glasses and is often considered to make the best customized rimless eyeglasses in the world. Luxurious and elegant.

Starck Eyewear have unique hinge construction designed around the concept of the human shoulder, which allows movement across vertical and horizontal planes. Constructed from the finest titanium and Mazzuchelli acetate, these classic designs are an investment in vision.

Showcasing a distinctly British vibe, the Paul Smith mainline collection illustrates the designer's immaculate tailoring skills, faultless construction and brilliant eye for detail. Each considered piece fuses heritage craftsmanship with a distinctive, alternative edge.

MOSCOT is a New York City Institution renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear — The MOSCOT Originals and MOSCOT Spirit Collections. MOSCOT infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with nearly 100 years of eyewear expertise and unparalleled craftsmanship to create its timeless eyewear.

The Chloe Eyewear Collection, captures the fluid femininity of the brand, taking inspiration from their seasonal RTW collection, accessories and iconic pieces which showcase the Chloe brand's superior use of foundational colors and textures.

Swarovski has merged its renowned precision cut crystal with state of the art optics to create an elegant collection of Swarovski that break new barriers in modern luxury design. The range of Swarovski features pure lines, slender frames and subtle styling.

There is a reason why Ray Ban sunglasses are so popular with all ages and that's because there's a pair to suit everyone. This American brand has many celebrity followers such as Brad Pitt, Kate Moss, Natalie Portman, Marion Cortillard and many more household names.

Oakley was started by Jim Jannard in 1975, the name comes from Jannard's dog. Today Oakley eyewear is well recognized by many celebrities and athletes. The eyewear has been used in major sporting events like the Olympics and Tour De France. Oakley are wrapped in with technology, durability as well as fashion in mind.

Silhouette glasses and sunglasses are for prestige-oriented men and women who want to express their high lifestyle standards in their outlook as well. Silhouette's popular line of rimless eyeglasses are so lightweight and comfortable, it's almost like not wearing eyewear.

An independent brand of eyewear who has created a wide range of colors, collections and designs for everyone who wants to express him- or herself beyond the cannons imposed by momentary and passing fashion and trends.

A smart man who can face life with confidence. A confident man, the Flexon wearer knows whatever happens in life, no matter the situation his frame will always comfortably return to its original shape. He loves to BEND THE RULES.

Oliver Peoples was founded in 1986 on Hollywood’s Sunset Boulevard. The firm initially sold vintage American eyewear acquired at auction, but soon launched its own range and is now famed for ultra-stylish, vintage-inspired men's frames with minimal branding.

Stepper have always produced frames where the emphasis has been on comfort. Stepper created the ‘design from the bridge’ concept almost forty years ago to improve the fit and comfort of spectacles. As most of the weight of a pair of spectacles falls on the bridge this is where Stepper designers’ care and skill create the perfect fit.

Clean Danish design is the basis of our products but we always add a twist of something surprising – something unexpected. We aim to balance classic and clean with bold and bright to continuously keep classic styles updated. The most important thing is always to create eyewear that will create a synergy between the face and the frame.

 

And Many More in Store