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July 4, 2020

Brand name doesn't mean quality. At all. Many of our carefully selected frame lines carry the names of the brilliantly creative individuals that design them, glasses, only glasses. Not shoes, handbags or polo shirts. Others are independent lines that are meticulously crafted in the small shops that build glasses, nothing else. They employ 15, may be 20 people at most, including owners / designers, frame makers, sale reps and a...

March 3, 2020

If you are into retro and are not afraid to look ... cool, yes, Praslin from Jacques Durand acetate collection is a phenomenal frame, piece of a functional art !

March 1, 2020

This modern eyeglass frame is named after Emily Roebling, the lady whose contribution was instrumental to the completion of the Brooklyn Bridge, after her husband Washington Roebling developed caisson disease. Hand finished in high polished Italian Mazzucchelli Acetate, the LOWER CASE Roebling features elegant curves and a subtle upsweep to a heavy brow. Excellent polarized Shamir Intouch progressive lenses makes this Roebling...

February 23, 2020

Established in 2016 by a couple of friends with a goal of bringing the eye wear manufacturing back to the New York area, LOWER CASE delivers authentic design and excellent quality in incredibly cool and wearable styles. The Eye Spot carries a large collection of these American made frames and we can attest, these are superbly made glasses. Each pair of frames goes through a 30-step process that takes 2 weeks to complete.

The ca...

February 23, 2020

These frames, made from top grade Mazzucchelli acetate is quite a sight to behold. Made by Jacques Durand and available in The Eye Spot, they will make gorgeous glasses or sunglasses. A hypoallergenic material, cellulose acetate is based on cotton fiber and environmental is a very friendly material for your eyeglasses.

February 23, 2020

Spike Lee really likes his thick, bright frames. you can see him wearing these unique French glasses everywhere. The cool eye wear is created by Sir Jacques Durand and is rather obscure collection in the US. Jacques Durand is a well established industry veteran and is an incredible designer who manages somehow to combine the edgiest shapes and funky colors into almost conservative and very normal, wearable frame. Being involve...

December 14, 2017

Meghan Markle looks awesome in her Mykita sunglasses.  Definitely has the look of a future princess.  The Mykita Priscilla is an avant garde pair of sunglasses that is perfect for watching cricket, playing tennis and generally, just looking great.  Mykita crafts its sunglasses from the proprietary surgical steel and utilizes the patented screwless, solderless hinge. Incredibly light, robust and elegant. We have this fabulous M...

May 22, 2017

The Old World royalty, including Queen Elizabeth II, Crown Prince Frederik, Princess Mary, Queen Margrethe ll, Prince Joachim and Princess Marie, has worn Lindberg glasses. So cool, elegant and unique the titanium Lindberg eyewear is, you can see it framing the faces of every who-is-who in most glamorous professions - from royalty, to celebrities, to sports figures, to politicians, to tech gurus. Phil Jackson, Franz Beckenbaue...

July 12, 2016

The new eye wear collection from Jeremy Tarian is here. Underscored by Jeremy’s connection to the nature and the environment, these hand crafted frames beautifully reflect the authenticity of the highest quality cotton fiber acetate and metals.

Finely tuned hinges, handcrafted details and top notch French craftsmanship of highly respected Jura region, that has a long and distinguished reputation in producing the finest quality...

December 25, 2015

Through out the years, he has styled his hair, including facial, differently, worn different suits, shirts and ties or gone tie less. Coached two different teams too. But Phil Jackson has always favoured Lindberg eye wear, framed or frameless. Great choice, sir.




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