It Takes All Kinds
Seek and you shall find incredible, yet VERY credible, sources of eyewear hitting an endless facet of desires and needs for consumers intent on making the right and personal choice for their vision needs. Environment conscious? Got that. Cost conscious? Got that. Style conscious? Got that. Get these!
Clockwise from top: ECO Vinson from Modo; CLUB LEVEL DESIGNS 9277 from SD Eyes; KENSIE Motion from Kenmark Eyewear
JESSICA SIMPSON 1161 from Colors in Optics
Strong and sturdy metal eyewear flourishes in this segment of the market.
From top: NEW BALANCE 408803 from Eyewear Designs; CVO EYEWEAR 3028 from ClearVision Optical; POLAROID D362/G from Safilo; AVALON 5067 from Avalon Eyewear
INSIGHTS PREMIUM 1026 from FGX International
Even the latest ultimate accessory trends such as bottom-mounted semi-rimless find full force as trendsetters in this category.
DKNY 1001 from Marchon Eyewear
SEVENTY ONE Alma from A&A Optical
Looking for the latest and greatest trending colorations? Blue is that hue of late and as noted visually here, choices abound.
Clockwise from top left: ADIN THOMAS 436 from Europa International; NELSON from i-dealoptics; ERNEST HEMINGWAY 4846 from New York Eye; HUMPHREY’S 581060 from Tura; EXCES 3157 from ESE International
LIFE IS GOOD Brie from The McGee Group
From top: JONES NEW YORK 361 from De Rigo Rem; GLAMOUR EDITOR’S PICK 1024 from L’Amy America; SUPERFLEX 546 from WestGroupe
Sun remains as a solid retailing and dispensing $olution for building on the “second pair” scenario, especially when it offers a simple solution of being able to be worn as a ginormous fashion frame or over one’s optical Rx eyewear.
JONATHAN PAUL Timeless from Hilco Vision
99 JOHN ST. NYC 1001 from Thema – A Family Factory
MODERN ART 601 from Modern Optical International
From top: KONISHI KA5840 from Clariti Eyewear; EVOLUTION 4051 from Altair Eyewear; OCEAN RIDGE 101 from Costa
Lifestyle and fashion branding is always a respected option even at the Hot$pot of pricing. Such a viable choice for numerous consumers responding to a variety of loyalties or looking to buy in to a particular brand with an affordable accessory.
From left: KENDALL + KYLIE 5079 from Allure Eyewear; MICHAEL KORS 4064 from Luxottica; COVERGIRL 4000 from Marcolin; COSMOPOLITAN Hayley from Match Eyewear
Rich elements and details of quality such as the burnished finishes on these varied takes on tortoise can make for terrific selling points in Hot$pot priced frames.
From left: ROGUE 1050 from Chlogan Eyewear; CARLO CAPUCCI 106 from Zimco Optics