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We carry only the finest brands of exclusive eyewear and sunglasses. Browse our collections gallery below for more information. Click on the image below to be directed to the brand’s website.
Garrett Leight California Optical
Garrett Leight California Optical (GLCO) was created in 2010 by L.A native Garrett Leight. Son of Oliver Peoples designer, Larry Leight, Garrett had the desire to develop his own affordable line of eyewear. While attending Cal Poly, he also worked at Urban Optics! GLCO is inspired by coastal living. Each frame is named after a street in Venice Beach, CA.
Inspired by nature's effortless beauty, SALT combines the best of Californian lifestyle and Japanese craftsmanship to create premium eyewear. SALT aims to provide the industry with an alternative to licensed brands. Built on the principles of independence, quality, and timeless design, SALT has shown they are a company that thinks differently than the rest.
LA Eyeworks are worn by those with creative minds and an unmistakable desire to express that to the world. The brand was popularized by its appeal to a wide range of vibrant celebrities, most notably Sir Elton John. The striking nature of LA Eyeworks is matched by quality of design and unique materials.
Founder, Zachary Tipton, sought inspiration in the corner of his garage where his Dad kept an old collection of vinyl records. Since then, Vinylize has been dedicated to recycling and remastering music into eyewear. Based in Hungary, all Vinylize frames are hand made in Budapest combining vinyl records and acetate plastic to create a unique, one-of-a kind product.
Founded in Berlin and handmade in Italy, Kuboraum 'Masks' highlight personality and emphasize character. Each mask is etched, sculpted, and even painted by hand, offering a very exclusive dimension of design. Kuboraum challenges us to accept and embrace our identities through eyewear.
Face à Face
Since 1995, Face à Face has been shaking up the optical industry, enforcing independence, modernity, and creativity without compromise. Each eyewear collection asserts its own artistic temperament, drawing inspiration from modern art and contemporary design. Face à Face frames emulate small pieces of architecture, playing with volumes, shapes, material and textures.
Bold experimentation and innovation define Blake Kuwahara eyewear. A contrast in form and color is acheived by the seamless fusion of two frames. This creates a design that is thoroughly modern yet comfortably familiar. Blake Kuwahara eyewear has been profiled in Vogue, ELLE,Bazaar, GQ, In Style, and Esquire.
Bevel Spectacles constantly searches out new materials, color treatments, and shapes to produce a different take on eyewear. They were the first to introduce “milled” titanium and bi-colored titanium frames. Bevel Spectacles are worn by Robert DeNiro, Denis Leary, Bill Gates and many others.
Francis Klein frames are characterized by their exquisite cat eye designs utilizing Swarovski crystals and hand etching. Francis Klein uses materials imbedded within their quality acetate frames, such as gold leaf, lace and feathers. Each frame is handmade in Paris by a small, family-owned company that achieves a truly special product for every client.
Dedicated to luxury, Barton Perreira’s approach to fashion redefines style. Designer Patty Perreira continues to challenge the industry by unveiling the next “new thing”. Ryan Gosling and Angelina Jolie have been spotted in Barton Perreira frames.
Based out of the Netherlands, Dutz features modern styling, vibrant colors, hypoallergenic stainless steel sourced from Germany and handmade Mazzucchelli acetate from Italy.
The name Zero G (for zero gravity) speaks for itself, as Zero G frames feel virtually weightless on the face. Created by Tom Cody, a long-time industry friend, Zero G has quickly become the standard in flat metal sheet design. Made of 100% titanium, each frame combines a palette of rich colors along with a sophisticated “four squares” brand design.
The original “retro” frame. Worn by public figures such as Malcolm X, Shuron has been an optical manufacturer since 1865. You can see Shuron frames in almost every movie where “retro” or vintage frames are worn. Their most popular styles are the Ronsir, Freeway, and Sidewinder.
A brand of eyewear fashioned for the human canvas. Born out of years spent studying countless faces, Todd Rogers eyewear represents the love of quality materials and attention to detail. Simple, classic and timeless.
Born in Brooklyn
A new bold collection of thick, rich & tailored acetate with riveted custom 7-barrel hinges carefully handcrafted in Japan for quality and comfort. This timeless collections' subtle attention to detail is inspired by the individualistic personality of Brooklyn. Born pays homage to its unique history and cultural diversity which has shaped and influenced the world in music, art, dance and cuisine . This independent & exclusive collection will be limited to 100 doors in the U.S.
With each eyewear purchase, TOMS will provide an individual with an eye exam, sight-saving surgery, prescription glasses, or medical treatment. In support of economic opportunity, gender equality, and restored independence, TOMS works with a network of 14 Giving Partners in 13 countries to help provide communities in need with access to eye care.
2.5 is known for their lightweight rimless frames, made to achieve the best comfort and perfect fit. Made out of high-tech polymers 2.5 eyewear is ultra-light, flexible, and stable. There are hundreds of customizable options to choose from including a rainbow of color choices and lens shapes. Let us help you pick what is best for you!
Maui Jim sunglasses hit the market in 1996 and continue to deliver the best sun protection to this day. Their patented high transmission polarized lenses offer superb color, clarity, and detail. They are also available in prescription and non-prescription! David Caruso is always seen wearing Maui Jim’s in CSI:Miami.
In 1959, optician Roger Pouilloux offered to a ski champ the 02 sunglass model as a token of his admiration. The sunglass enabled Jean Vuarnet to improve his performance. They would highlight contrasts and enhance depth perception in the fast downhill skiing. Following his victory, the two men forged a friendship and decided to join forces in creating a brand that embedded their vision: innovation, high-performance, and French elegance. The brand VUARNET was born.