Our Brands

Kate Spade eyeglasses show the energy, flair and casual vigor of the Kate Spade brand. The best of both influences are combined to form the inimitable eyewear line. Kate Spade glasses are sure to appeal to the diverse life styles of many. Kate’s primary motive in her designs is to “live colorfully”, and her eyewear echoes this imperative.
Ted Baker Glasses. Having launched as a shirt specialist of some repute in Glasgow, Ted Baker quickly became the place to buy some of the very best contemporary men’s shirting around. And now Ted Baker eyeglasses have taken the same ethic to fine eyewear.
Founded in 1996, Jimmy Choo started out in a small boutique selling shoes in East London. With Jimmy Choo being the icon of accessories, he turned his attention to eyewear. Jimmy Choo show sophisticated styles that blend harmoniously with utmost versatility.
For Lacoste, Life is a Beautiful Sport! Since the very first polo was created in 1933, Lacoste relies on its authentic sportive roots to spring optimism and elegance on the world thanks to a unique and original lifestyle for women, men and children.
Calvin Klein glasses manage to surprise and delight in every new season. The recent Calvin Klein eyeglasses collection, at first glance, seems conventional. But when you look closer at the styling, detailing, and craftsmanship, you see that the quality inherent in the Calvin Klein wardrobe is still here in the Calvin Klein eyewear collection.
Designed and coloured in London with a quirky and stylish take on eyewear, this fashion forward collection is for the young minded individual. Directional yet highly sellable, the William Morris London collection offers strong margins in bold and courageous British styles for every personality.
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.
Dolce and Gabbana Glasses Traditional, classic and elegant, the Dolce & Gabbana frames take luxury eyewear to another level with designs that stay true to the brand’s Mediterranean heritage.
Each one of our frames is hand painted. This is what gives us the freedom to produce almost every pattern and color combination that we (or rather Ronit) can imagine. Looking closely one can actually see the paintbrush strokes and the texture of the paint, just like a painting on canvas.
Bolle has a historic tradition of fine quality production and manufacturing. Started in Oyonnax, France in 1888, the company was known for combs and hair ornaments at first. In 1956, their first cat-eye frame was designed and the popularity of the brand began to take off.
ProDesign embodies the essence of Danish design – clean and sophisticated with an unexpected, fashionable look. One of ProDesign’s most popular collections is the Gail Spence line. First produced in the 1980s, the line has been reissued and updated for the 21st century. Spence, an American-born Danish jewelry designer, creates lightweight aluminum frames in a lively array of colors.