Brands We Carry
AHLEM was launched in 2014 by Parisian-born, Los Angeles-based designer, Ahlem Manai-Platt. Inspired by the architecture, energy, and effortlessly undone éclat of the people of Paris, AHLEM is an ongoing exploration of eyewear that wonderfully mingles the understated elegance of Parisian style with the laidback nature of Venice Beach.
A collection of frames that are a mashup of my colliding aesthetics with special attention paid to sculpting and tactility. They are artful but wearable. By using laborious production techniques and a lot of handwork, an inner silhouette is encased in an unexpectedly fresh outer shape. This seamless fusion of two frames and the juxtaposition of contrasting form and color create a design tension that is thoroughly modern yet comfortably familiar. A paradox. Like me.
Optician turned designer, Caroline Abram knows what eyewear needs and the fashion people want. Her style is soft enough to be approachable, while striking enough to be considered trendy. Her line of simple statement glasses are so popular she has expanded to include a children’s line.
Dailies Total 1
Excellent comfort until the end of the day with breathable construction. This lens is designed to provide a surface that’s over 80% water, mimicking the same as the surface of your eye. Dailies Total 1 provide a new era in daily disposables.
You can’t literally see the teams of designers, research and development, or the number of months it took to make a pair of DITA frames. But you will always feel its presence when you hold it in your hands. Which is why DITA’s design and manufacturing standards are regarded as the benchmark by which all other luxury eyewear brands are judged. Founded in 1995, DITA reinvented eyewear by transcending its conventions, creating a discreet luxury with product ranging from bold character frames to new interpretations of timeless shapes through innovative technology. With over 20 years in design and partners at the highest levels of manufacturing, DITA’s expertise is unparalleled, earning a coveted reputation as a true leader in optical innovation. DITA has had the unique pleasure of serving the world’s most discerning clientele, challenging the old guard, and forging singular relationships within culture, style, sport, and entertainment; affirming the brands position as individual as the product it creates.
Face A Face
Far from standardized fashion diktats and conformist trends, each collection asserts its artistic temperament, drawing its inspiration from the sources of Modern Art, architecture and contemporary design FACE A FACE frames are developed within the design studio directed by Pascal Jaulent resembling small subtle pieces of architecture, playing with volumes, shapes, material and textures.
This authentic, bold brand was born in Campinas in 2016. Inspired by the organic flow of Brazil’s landscapes, these frames are truly unique and fearlessly artistic. Hand-crafted in Italian acetate, each design goes through an intricate production process to ensure you receive the highest quality frames possible. Stand out in style with Lampina.
Goemon Masunaga began crafting optical wear in 1905, and his legacy continues. Masunaga handles every step of the creation in their eyewear collection, from the raw materials down to the final touches at the end of the production line. Each piece exudes quality craftsmanship and superior materials. Elegance and sophistication define this collection of flattering eyewear.
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.
Quickly adapt from indoor to outdoor lighting in seconds. Living in the moment means not having the time to switch frames when going from different locations. Designed in USA, Transitions® lenses continuously change based on lighting, so you’ll never have swap glasses or suffer from strain headaches again.