Fashionable & Functional Frames from Brands You Love
We carry a carefully curated selection of the best frames from around the world- Scandinavia, Italy, France and Germany- but are also committed to supporting B.C. eyewear brands like dutil, Spectacle Eyeworks and Aya Pacific Northwest Eyewear, which features designs by First Nations artists. We shop local, and we hope you will, too.
We also use the highest quality spectacle lenses available. We don’t use generic suppliers; one select provider is ZEISS- the creators of the lens used by Google Earth to photograph the planet. In fact, the first moon landing, Apollo 11 in 1969, was photographed with a ZEISS lens! Through partner collaborations like this, we can prescribe the ultimate individually customized lenses to work for your lifestyle.
Come by and visit our showroom and take a look at what we have to offer!
The AYA eyewear collection provides unique artwork by world-renowned First Nations artist Corrina Hunt. The contemporary art designed into each frame reflects the themes and traditions of Corrine’s First Nation heritage. Each design is elegant, graceful, quintessential Pacific Northwest artwork.
Buffalo by David Bitton brings the effortless, practical, and fashion-forward attitude of Buffalo’s iconic clothing line to eyewear. Originally founded in France, and brought to Montreal more than 30 years ago Buffalo by David Bitton has expanded its versatile fashion collection to include frames. These extrordinary frames feature cutting edge styles crafted from high-quality materials, creating frames that are as unique as the individuals who wear them.
Founded in 1979 as a single storefront on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, LA Eyeworks today shares their influential designs with a global network of opticians and retailers.
Gwen Stefani partnered with Tura Inc to bring her designs to life. The L.A.M.B. eyewear collection is modelled after the star’s iconic style, featuring bold frames, exciting colors, and glamourous details. Her frames range from chic and elegant to fun and punk rock, much like her own personality.
Oakley invents each new product with a design philosophy called sculptural physics: the discipline of solving problems with science and wrapping them in art. Supported by an infrastructure that includes the latest tools of technology, Oakley engineers and artisans continue to expand the company’s array of product categories.
Since its founding in 1987, Oliver Peoples has carried forward its authentic brand, focusing on superior craftsmanship and timeless designs. Any piece in the infamous Oliver Peoples Collection will bring an old-style Hollywood feel to your daily ensemble. With an iconic look like Oliver Peoples, it is no surprise that their frames have made it to the big screen, sported by Uma Thurman in Kill Bill and Pierce Brosnan in Die Another Day.
These exquisite frames, the brainchild of Mehran Baghaie, are inspired by change and deviance from the norm. They are designed to shatter boundaries and celebrate eyewear as a fashion accessory, not just a necessity. This award-winning brand, based in Vancouver, Canada, draws its inspiration from Goth and tribal art.
From traditional to trendy, the Superflex collection boasts over 90 styles to choose from in a vast array of ladies', men's, unisex, and children's eyewear. An American brand with quality, selection, and style at the forefront, Superflex provides a frame selection for every member of the family at down-to-earth prices.
Ted Baker eyewear (a sub-brand of Tura Inc) is a quirky brand that features mixed styles of retro influences and contemporary fare. Considered a quintessentially British brand, Ted Baker eyeglass frames emphasize clean silhouettes and iconic details.
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