Brands We Carry

Exclusive Brands from Around the World

Oliver Goldsmith

Oliver Goldsmith is a family owned and operated business for over 80 years. The company has designed and produced frames for the likes of Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, Sophia Loren, Michael Caine, and Grace Kelly. Today, the frames are reproduced in premium acetates, using the original molds. The collection is handmade, and recently some of the iconic shapes have been scaled down to sizes suitable for children. In addition, we are pleased to offer a bespoke collection by Oliver Goldsmith so that our clients can design a frame that is truly one of a kind.

Anne et Valentin

Anne et Valentin was founded by a husband and wife team over 35 years ago. Valentin was an optician, and Anne, having identified a need for unique eyewear in the market, put pen to paper and started designing. Anne’s designs incorporated unique colors and playful yet wearable shapes and styles. One special aspect of the collection is the attention to smaller frames that fit petite faces with fashion and flair. The collaboration between Anne and Valentin was started in Toulouse, France, and the collection continues to be designed and produced there.

Francis Klein

The House of Francis Klein was started in 1970 in the Saint Germain des Pres neighborhood of Paris. One of the collection’s iconic shapes is the glamorous cat eye which is quintessentially Parisian chic. The company is particularly famous for its use of limited edition mazzuchelli acetates, and for adorning its frames with Swarovski crystals. Francis Klein eyewear can be customized to meet a customer’s exact wishes.


Mykita is the right balance of modern and classic. The collection includes both acetate and stainless steel options. The lightweight and flexible metal frames feature a unique patented hinge. The entire collection is designed and manufactured by hand in Berlin, Germany. Mykita has been the recipient of numerous awards for design, material, and technological innovation.

Thierry Lasry

The Thierry Lasry brand was launched about 10 years ago after Thierry, the son of a designer mother and optician father, decided to create a line of sunglasses with a glamorous edge. The concept behind his collection is “futuristic vintage.” All of the sunglasses have a flat front which the designer feels gives a modern touch to retro-inspired shapes. The collection is handmade in France, and features custom-colored acetates from the famous Mazzuchelli factory. Thierry Lasry sunglasses are worn by the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Madonna, and Jennifer Lawrence, just to name a few.

Harry Lary’s

Harry Lary’s has been under the creative supervision of famed sunglasses designer Thierry Lasry since 2002. The collection was started in France by Thierry’s father, Harry, and continues to be manufactured there. The retro chic styles are constantly evolving in a rainbow of vintage or exclusive Mazzuchelli acetates.


Woow is a whimsical collection produced under the direction of Nadine Roth and Pascal Jaulent, the co founders of the famed eyewear brand, Face a Face. The concept behind Woow is to attract men and women with a distinct sense of humor. The designers add details to the frames that are intended to “make the wearer smile.” The collection, which is designed in France and handmade in Italy, includes a range of playful shapes and colorful designs.

Bruno Chaussignand

Bruno Chaussignand are designed and manufactured by hand in France. The company was launched in 2004 and offers a variety of sophisticated and unique frames in both metal and fine acetates. Monsieur Chaussignand is credited with designing glasses without a nose bridge – a system called ANC®. The collection is unlacquered, which ensures against the risk of allergy. The frames are all polished over three consecutive days, imbuing them with luminosity and the beauty of hand craftsmanship.


Modo was started in Soho, New York more than a quarter of a century ago. Alessandro Lanaro is the founder of a company that produces several lines of eyewear under the Modo name. The brand is known for innovative styles in lightweight titanium, many of which are produced in Japan. The founder demonstrates his commitment to the environment with his Eco brand; a tree is planted for each frame sold, and the collection is produced using 95% recycled content, or bio-based materials.

Philippe Starck

The world famous designer and inventor Philippe Starck added to his very long list of innovations a collection of sleek eyewear. In collaboration with famed eyewear designer Alain Mikli, the Starck eyewear collection launched in 1996. The collection features a revolutionary hinge, a screwless hinge, inspired by the human shoulder, that allows the temple to rotate 360 degrees. The result is a frame with exceptional comfort and strength.

Frederic Beausoleil

French eyewear designer Frederic Beausoleil launched his first eyewear collection in 1987. His dedication to fine craftsmanship, the use of premium quality materials, and sophisticated design, are the hallmarks of the Beausoleil collection. Beausoleil prides himself on his use of exclusive acetates and unique color combinations.

Andy Wolf

Designed and handcrafted in Hartberg, Austria, Andy Wolf was founded in 2006 by three friends: Andrea, Wolfgang, and Katharine. The friends were committed to designing and producing the collection in Austria with the goal of creating frames that were fashionable, unique, and strong enough to be enjoyed for many years to come. The Andy Wolf collection is a balance of modern and retro styles, and includes both ophthalmic frames and sunglasses.

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