O'Neill eyeglasses have evolved from one man's drive to create the first neoprene wetsuit. Jack O'Neill opened up a surf shop in the 1950s, and his surfing brand has grown immensely to include snow, surf, and fashion products that span apparel, accessories, gear, and more.
Cocoa Mint is utterly desirable with a choice of stunning designs that are beautifully balanced and pure in style. Cocoa Mint cleverly bridges the gap between the young trendsetter and fashionable progressive lens wearer.
The Cat brand is the cornerstone of the Caterpillar brand portfolio, formed in 1925 by two tractor companies banding together. In 1990’s the company continued to expand introducing licenced products under the name ‘CAT’ such as footwear and optics.
A new generation in Urban fashion. Basebox sets its sights on fashion forward individuals. Retro based with bright colour pops in this season's hottest shades running throughout. Basebox inspires with the youthful vibrant spirit of the brand.
Superdry combines vintage Americana and Japanese street style in its eyeglasses, but with a touch of British sensibility. This British-based label fuses global trends to create the styles in its eyewear collection.
Designer-led and instinctively modern, Jensen Eyewear has a European feel and quality which pushes mens eyewear forward in style and fashion.
In 1998 London based accessories brand Radley London was born. Initially offering women beautifully crafted handbags, the brand soon started showing off an eclectic mix of accessories and secured its name as an affordable luxury brand for women. Radley prescription glasses are perfect for the modern working woman.
Dune prescription glasses have a focus on quality, attention to detail and wearability. The Dune of London glasses collection is designed for the confident and fashion-conscious customer who values individuality. There is a focus on quality, attention to detail and wearability.