Eyewear Frames


Lafont is a celebration of Parisian elegance. Together with technical knowledge and the use of high quality material, is the essence of Lafonts timeless style. Architecture, art, fashion and the ambience of Parisian life is a constant source of inspiration in all Lafont’s designs, shapes and colours.


The Bellinger man or woman do not fade into the background, but want to stand out. Bellinger optical frames express joy, personality and a passion for life, focusing on colour and unique details. Bellinger House in Denmark, founded in 2003, values pride, respect and decisiveness.


Blac by Bellinger

Designed and handmade exclusively by their own production team in the Bellinger House in Risskov, Denmark. Blac are the original all carbon fibre and fibreglass frames and so are very lightweight but very strong. The Blac frames are manufactured using the raw material directly in the process. No lacquer is attached providing each frame with a unique raw surface of the woven carbon fibre and fibreglass fabric.


Lindberg frames are like no other. Everything Lindberg do is steeped in Danish design, tradition of discreet, classic elegance and carefully considered simplicity.
Lindberg frames are incredibly strong and flexible yet among the lightest and most comfortable in the world. They have done away with everything that is not essential – including all screws, rivets and welds. Each frame is customised to your particular preferences, hand-finished and individually numbered.

carter-bond-framesCarter Bond

Established in Sydney Australia, Carter Bond Vintage Eyewear is the future of classics designs. Inspired by the natural world, using a combination of natural materials including wood and natural bamboo for the ultimate comfort and fit.

Tom Ford

Award Winning Tom Ford is one of the leading designers in eyewear. Sleek classic designs with a Hollywood glamour image is evident in the majority of his frames, ranging in shape from retro to upswept or his iconic oversized sunglasses.


Bevel is an American brand but it is available right here in the UK. The founders Rick Nelson and Richard Mewha believe in creating frames that are timeless with minimalist aesthetics and for people who appreciate the finer things in life. With that ethos you can see why Bevel are only partnered with niche independent opticians worldwide, with that they can make sure from the design process all the way up to the sale of the frame the same passion flows through and to ensure each customer gets the Bevel experience.
Bevel committed to making eyewear as essential to personal style and self-esteem as apparel or cosmetics. After all, while wearing prescription lenses corrects an optical need, it also brings attention to a primary asset: the face. Spectacles are universal, not gender specific, easy to maintain, and play a crucial role in our lives and daily discourse.

Ronit Furst

Each one of our frames is hand painted. This is what gives us the freedom to produce almost every pattern and colour 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. After the painting is done the frame undergo a special coating procedure, which will give it it’s finished look – crystal shiny or sandy matt – and which also protects the painting from dirt and other unwanted effects.

The frames are designed to look different from every angle, with fine detail and tiny embellishments, graduated colour schemes and asymmetric designs. The ethos of the range is to create quirky, individual styles that capture the wearer’s personality.



For more than 25 years, Flexon’s titanium-nickel alloy formula has blended technology and style to become the top-selling ophthalmic brand inthe country.

face-a-face-framesFace à Face

Face à Face eyewear will reveal your individual personality and underline the boldness, the modernity, the seduction of an independent, creative object of design. The frames express themselves through a unique colour range which is a true Face à Face trademark.
The aim of the Face à Face Company in Paris, is to design and craft eyewear that demands attention to the extent that even the wearer will not be able to stop staring into a mirror due to their luminous beauty. They desire to create eyewear that exaggerates the finest features of the individual and elevate both the individual and the eyewear to idol level popularity.

Optician, trained during several years  in designer oriented stores, Caroline Abram started in 1998 designing jewels and accessories for the eye-wear market: lorgnettes, magnifying glasses, chains etc… Its is reviving the not well known object called the lorgnette, that she quickly met as international success.


GUESS was founded in 1981 by the Marciano brothers who left the south of France in the American dream hunt. Inspired by European-style Marciano conferred a personal and innovative touch to the clothing industry, reinventing jeans .

jono-hennessy-framesJono Hennessey

Jono Hennessey inspired by Pop Art and 1950’s ‘Cats Eye’ designed and handcrafted by eyewear artisans in Australia. To reinforce their devotion for individuality, they never make more than 300 pairs per colour of any Jono Hennessey frame.


MOSCOT is a New York City Instituti
on renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear — The MOSCOT Originals and MOSCOT Spirit Collections. MOSCOT infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with over 100 years of eyewear expertise and unparalleled craftsmanship to create its timeless eyewear. While now recognized as a global fashion brand, MOSCOT remains, at heart, a neighborhood optical shop.


Montblanc, synonymous with exquisite writing culture for the past 100 years, follows lasting values such as quality and traditional craftsmanship. Its uncompromising demands on shape, style, materials and workmanship are reflected in all its products.


Founded in 1993, Götti eyewear is rooted in classic Swiss design. Pared back to their essential elements, Götti glasses are sleek, minimal and elegant. But simplistic they are not – they are precision engineered to provide the highest levels of efficacy, stability and comfort, and hidden within their design are a wealth of understated details such as dual eye wires that create a 3-D appearance or colours hidden within layers of acetate that produce a subtle glow when they catch the light. Götti branding is similarly subtle – its logo comprises two square dots, which represent the umlaut in its name.

TD Tom Davies

From the very beginning of his career Tom Davis identified the need to offer customers properly fitting spectacles that were exceptionally comfortable and look superb without being simply outrageous.
Inspired by his travels, Tom Davies noticed the difference in face shapes and sizes between the nations. This inspired him to create a brand that would customize frames specifically to individual measurements which takes into account skull size, ear position, bridge size, eyebrow, jaw line, facial structure and skin tone.
He then observed the vast variety of colour in international dress and accessories and incorporated this into a Ready to Wear line. The range uses pure Titanium with a variety of finishes and colouring to mirror the diversity of the Bespoke service.

web-new-web-eyewearEye wear

Practical glasses that were tested by the first ever pilots as well as lovers of the great outdoors – challenging both geographical and mankind’s limits – untiring travellers and explorers.
Web Eyewear has evolved from this legendary story intent on capturing the trendiest and most brightly coloured fashion-forward styles without, however, forgetting its past.

Garrett Leight

Classic eyewear by a young Californian company passionate about design and attention to detail.
GLCO was created in Venice, CA in 2010 by L.A native Garrett Leight. Leight’s eyewear heritage has been well documented, but it’s his vision of creating a brand that offers luxury handcrafted eyewear combining quality, service, style, & original brand DNA for the best value, that makes GLCO most unique. GLCO is inspired by California and its icons.
A circular shaped ball sits at the end of the temple, signifying the roundness of your eyeball and the GLCO logo.



Blackfin is the quintessence of uniqueness. An eyewear entirely designed and built by us, far from any stereotype and designed to enhance the personality of its wearer: starting from the surface treatment, the utmost attention paid to the finishing, up to the temples which are adaptable to every face.