Enjoy eyewear collections from designers such as Chanel, Tiffany & Co, SALT, Oliver Peoples, Alain Mikli, Sama, Face a Face, Dilem, Orgreen, Prodesign Denmark, and many more. Our large collection of designer eyewear is fashion-forward with exclusive frames to suit every unique face.
At his unique Parisian workshop, Alain Mikli and his team of skilled artisans develop over 300 models of frames each year. Only a handful these creations are selected for market launch. From concept to completion, absolutely everything is done by hand, without a single computer-aided application. Each model is the result of subtle gestures using traditional tools, refined details, and improvisation.
Designer, visionary, artist, Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel reinvented fashion by transcending its conventions, creating an uncomplicated luxury that changed women’s lives forever. She followed no rules, epitomizing the very modern values of freedom, passion, and feminine elegance. CHANEL continues, after almost a century, to inspire women of all ages all over the world with its timeless modernity.
Coach is a leading New York design house of modern luxury accessories and lifestyle collections for women and men. Their product offerings include bags, small leather goods, footwear, ready-to-wear, outerwear, watches, weekend and travel accessories, scarves, sunwear, fragrance, jewellery, and related accessories. The Coach brand stands for authenticity, innovation, and relevance. Coach grew organically from the product, always staying true to these key brand equities.
Designed in Canada and made in Japan, dutil. eyewear was created by Eric Dickstein, a longtime optician and employee of Oliver Peoples. After opening an eyewear boutique and Dutil Denim Shop in Vancouver, he was inspired to create his own line of unisex eyewear that is equal parts quality and aesthetics.
Frederic Beausoleil created his first eyewear collection in 1987 in a Parisian shop where buffalo horn and genuine turtle shell frames were handcrafted. Today, Frederic Beausoleil frames are still crafted with the highest regard for the traditional eyewear craftsmanship while incorporating the latest techniques.
Gold & Wood
Founded in Luxembourg in 1995, Gold & Wood has long stood for more than just elegant eyewear. It is a gateway to a world of subtle luxury, where the quality and opulence of the materials and workmanship speak for themselves. Before Gold & Wood products become eyepieces, they are the noblest of materials in their raw form: gold, wood, buffalo horn, precious metals. Only by the patient hand-craftsmanship in the Gold & Wood atelier do these materials transform into eyepieces.
Oakley offers a comprehensive line of ophthalmic-specific frames and corrective sun lenses that are recognized as some of the best prescription optics available. Metal. Acetate. O Matter. Plus prescription-ready sunglasses. A prescription eyewear style for every desire wrapped in the technology of every need. From the office to any playing surface, prescription eyewear for everywhere in between.
Prada has always been distinctive not only for its high quality but also for its forward-thinking approach and style, enabling the brand to anticipate and often orientate trends across all sectors. Sophisticated, elegant and refined, Prada products are identified by their very strong character and unique style.
Discover the full Ray-Ban eyeglasses collection featuring stylish glasses and frames for men and women. Ray-Ban frames are available in a number of iconic styles to suit all face shapes and timeless looks.
By combining classic and modern elements, Robert Marc creates timeless eyewear designs. He has revived the art of the handcrafted frame and subtly brands his eyewear with the trademarked Robert Marc hinge that is inspired by historical design and construction. This signature hinge adds distinction and luxury to each frame and unifies the collection.
Always on the cutting edge, Sama Eyewear is proud of its many design and manufacturing firsts, including the introduction of 100% pure titanium to the optical industry. Sama Eyewear uses only the finest materials (Japanese zyl acetate, titanium, precious metals, precious and semi-precious gems, Swarovski® crystals, and nickel-free plating) and lens technologies (optical glass, CR-39 plastic, precious metals, photochromic, gradient, multi-gradient, polarized, and gradient polarized). They manufacture, assemble and hand-finish all eyewear collections in Japan for a level of quality unachievable anywhere else on Earth.
Tiffany & Co.
Throughout the company’s history, Tiffany designers have drawn on the natural world for inspiration. Nature is also the source of the precious metals and gemstones necessary for creating their designs. Tiffany was an early proponent of obtaining these materials in ways that are socially and environmentally responsible. Tiffany & Co. is one of America’s great institutions, a world-renowned jeweler, and something more: the trusted maker of gorgeous frames.
Anne et Valentin
For over 15 years, Anne et Valentin have designed frames in the spirit of a constant renewal of form and colour. They combine their savoir-faire with an equal mix of respect and anti-conformism, to create frames that never let you down. For the crafty, the serious, the self-confident and the free spirits: Anne et Valentin work to create noble and radical eyewear. Delighted to be yourself!
Part of the ultra-luxury conglomerate LVMH, Celine is a luxury French fashion house that was founded in 1945 by Céline Vipiana. Known for its leather goods and ready-to-wear fashion, the business began as a made-to-measure children’s shoes service and now includes clothing, jewellery, handbags, eyewear and other accessories.
Dilem is a revolutionary and patented system with interchangeable temples. The Dilem style is modern and fundamentally fashion-forward when it comes to design, colours and temple decoration. Dilem is a top of the line collection with XP2 (a very hard-wearing technical polymer) temples, hard polished, specific surface coating. With Dilem, changing your look is like child’s play.
Dolce & Gabbana
Founded by Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana in 1985, the two met when they were designing for the same fashion house. Since then, they have been unstoppable in becoming one of the world’s leading international fashion brands and making the DG brand an iconic symbol. Dolce & Gabbana’s deeply coloured, animal prints take inspiration from Italy’s prestigious film history.
Face a Face
In 1995, Pascal and Nadine Roth Jaulent established Face a Face, a French company that creates glasses under the sign of modernity and creativity without compromise. Face a Face is a French premium brand, full of colour and rich expressiveness. The creations are considered miniature architectures playing on volumes, shapes, materials and textures in the design studio led by Pascal Jaulent. Reveal your personality, Face a Face eyewear will say audacity, modernity, and seduction.
Harry Lary’s line of eyewear offers you audacious frames that combine originality and elegance. The acetate is manipulated with refinement, to provide you with all the luxury and comfort this material can offer. Today under the artistic direction of Thierry Lasry, the brand created by his parents in the early 90’s, Harry Lary’s put emphasis on retro-futuristique forms, offering a timeless and chic flair.
Founded in 1987, Oliver Peoples began with the introduction of a retro-inspired eyewear collection, created by renowned designer Larry Leight. Headquartered in West Hollywood, Oliver Peoples services the most exclusive retail accounts in the world, in addition to its own independent boutiques. An optical company foremost, all eyewear is handcrafted of the finest quality materials, in very limited quantities.
Founded in 1997, the Orgreen aesthetic is: provocative but not arrogant. It’s about tugging at traditions, daring to challenge them, and setting a new agenda. This requires true dedication to remain in a position as the preferred eyewear provider for the design and quality-conscious consumer anywhere in the world. Designed and developed in Denmark, each frame is handmade in Japan, known and respected for its high standards and irrefutable quality.
RES/REI is in the pursuit of the “unique,” they define style with their own point of view. They are a global brand, yet their production is local – working with only Italian suppliers and manufacturers to make frames that survive time and age gracefully. For them, frames are tools for individuality and expression.
Each Ronit Furst frame is hand painted. That’s what gives them the freedom to produce almost every pattern and colour combination that they can imagine! The frames are designed to look different from every angle, with fine detail and tiny embellishments, graduated colour schemes and asymmetric designs. The ethos of the range is to create quirky, individual styles that capture the wearer’s personality. Colour is their passion!
SALT. Optics is about timeless design, impeccable quality, useful technology, hand craftsmanship and pure fit. They are modern, yet honour the past, and are driven by a minimalist sensibility in all things. Less is, in fact, more.
After 10 years as Gucci’s Creative Director, Tom Ford launched his eponymous line, TOM FORD in 2005 including optical frames and sunglasses in partnership with Marcolin. His popular women’s sunglasses are widely recognized for their criss-cross ‘butterfly’ style and the entire collection ranks in the Top 3 brands at specialty stores worldwide.
Founded by Gianni Versace in 1978, Versace is one of the world’s leading international fashion brands and a glamorous symbol of Italian luxury worldwide. It designs, manufactures, distributes and retails fashion and lifestyle products including eyewear, all bearing the distinctive Medusa logo.