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Our Eyewear Selection

We carry a unique variety of eyewear in our office. On this page you can see the current styles and brands that we have in stock. Our goal is to offer you options that will compliment your sense of style and personality. We want to show you the fun and funky as well as the edgy and sophisticated eyeglasses that we have in our office. Please call or come in for a consultation.

(Eyewear in images may not be available in store)

 


Rodger Eye Design

Roger Eye Design is founded in 2007 by Roger Hoppenbrouwers. Roger started RED from an optician’s point of view, with over 25 years of experience and a nose for trends. The “ROGER “ collection is an easy and fashionable eyewear collection with soft shapes, exciting colors and high quality materials, made according to the newest techniques. Simple shapes put into an exciting frame.

 

 


Lafont

Superb Parisian optical eyewear with over ninety years of experience. Unparalleled expertise with an emphasis on elegance and strong family values – all backed by a name you can depend on: Lafont. Glasses hand made in France, making Parisian chic accessible worldwide. Traditional eyewear craftsmanship combined with high-tech, modern French manufacturing techniques. The Lafont family has retained full control of its creative design activities and brand image since 1923 through its design studio, which is currently managed by Thomas Lafont.

 

 

 


Dolbany – Plume

Our office carries Dolbany Eyewear which includes the brand Plume.
They believe in designing high-quality, fashionable eyewear. Their unique designs are always at the forefront of eyewear fashion, implementing new materials and concepts, such as their latest collection of frames made with TR-90 material which is extremely lightweight, durable, and hypoallergenic. This material can be found throughout their collections adding function to fashion.


Ronit Fürst

Ronit Fürst eyewear is hand painted which creates the freedom to produce as many color and pattern combinations imaginable. If you look close enough you are actually able to see the textures of the brush strokes. After they are painted they must receive a matte or shiny top coat. These frames capture the wearers personality by the use of funky patterns and vibrant colors.