Launched in 2007, the BARTON PERREIRA collection of eyewear immediately made a tremendous impact on the fashion industry. Created by visionaries Bill Barton and Patty Perreira, the BARTON PERREIRA brand of luxury eyewear are handmade and use the ﬁnest materials in Japan. The BARTON PERREIRA frame is not mass-produced, like most eyewear companies that have machines pumping out hundreds of thousands of eyewear into the market. BARTON PERREIRA’s eyewear is handmade by skilled artisans, produced in limited quantities making each piece as exclusive and unique as the wearer.
Designed in-house and built from the ground up, each BARTON PERREIRA frame is a work of art. Unique to BARTON PERREIRA are custom designed lens and plastic zyl colors offered in a pantone of colors that compliment all skin tones beautifully.
The most recognizable faces from the entertainment, fashion and music industry have embraced the BARTON PERREIRA collection. Angelina Jolie, Rachel Zoe, Heidi Klum, Jessica Biel, Orlando Bloom and Giovanni Ribisi are only a few of the faces that have worn our frames.
MOSCOT is a New York City institution renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear — The MOSCOT Originals, MOSCOT Spirit, and MOSCOT Sun Collections. MOSCOT infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with 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.
The MOSCOT optical roots were first planted in America by Great Grandfather and family patriarch Hyman Moscot, who arrived from Eastern Europe via Ellis Island in 1899. Hyman began selling ready-made eyeglasses from a pushcart on Orchard Street on Manhattan’s famed Lower East Side. By 1915, having amassed a following of loyal customers, Hyman opened the family’s first retail Shop, MOSCOT’s at 94 Rivington Street, and the rest, as they say, is history!
In 2003, revolutionists Philipp Haffmans, Harald Gottschling, Daniel Haffmans, and Moritz Krueger left their previous eyeglass company to create an evolutionary step in terms of both design and exclusivity. A year later, MYKITA launched its first metal-frame collection called “Collection No 1.” In this collection, frames are handmade and assembled at the MYKITA Haus in Berlin out of folded Scandinavian sheet metal and feature a patented hinge-less design with no screws or welded joints.
A year later “Collection No 2.” launched comprising of acetate frames in both Rx and sunglass frames. The Lite, Decades and Luxe lines were then also added to the product range. The Lite collection comprises the company’s lightest models, which have an ultra-thin frame comprising just three parts. The Decades collection is based on spectacles forms from various eras of the 20th century. Luxe has an emphasis on naturally sourced materials.
DITA Eyewear, established in 1995, has quickly become one of the hottest and most popular frame companies on the planet. Starting big with designer sunglasses they shortly adapted a line of optical frames as well. By refusing to compromise the four essential characteristics of quality, look, fit, and feel, DITA has distinguished itself as a clear alternative to label branded eyewear. The meticulous attention given to every detail of a DITA frame, from its custom hardware to its flawless finish, is unmatched. DITA eyewear is manufactured in the oldest, highest quality factories in the world. More important, their factories are manned by the last remaining master craftsmen in the entire industry, some of whom have been perfecting their craft for more than half a century. It takes 600 Man-hours, 250 Craftsmen, 7 factories, and 8 months of individual steps by hand to create 1 DITA frame.
J.M.M. is a design-centered luxury goods brand founded by Jerome Mage. Based in Hollywood, CA., they specialize in the micro-production of premier quality, limited-edition eyewear, accessories, and fashion for a clientele of discerning tastes. They offer our signature collections, as well as a Sur Mesure service for individuals desiring personal service and custom detailing. Uninterested in abiding by present-day design conventions, their debut collections of inspired spectacles embrace a unique palette of precious materials, rich colors, and striking geometric forms, all of which cleverly reference and beautifully reconfigure the artistic movements and world events of previous centuries.
In addition to their preoccupation with heritage, J.M.M. is equally committed to the well being of our craft and craftsmen. Their products are created using fair and ethical production methods to create eyewear that ultimately presents a forward-looking take on visual empowerment.
Recognized as one of the preeminent designers in eyewear today, Blake Kuwahara is the founder and creative director of FOCUS GROUP WEST (FGW), the Los Angeles-based, multi-disciplinary boutique design firm that takes a comprehensive approach to branding and designing for eyewear and fashion companies. Kuwahara launched his exclusive eponymous range of sunglasses and optical frames in Fall 2014.
Kuwahara’s bold experimentation and innovation have gained him a following in the fashion media and has been profiled in Vogue, ELLE, Bazaar, GQ, In Style, and Esquire and has been seen on E!, Access Hollywood, MTV, and CNN. Buzzmagazine voted Kuwahara one of the “100 Coolest People in Los Angeles” and Detour magazine called him, “a gifted talent, blessed with savvy and unmistakable sense of style.”
Often referred to as high-definition, Eyes on Chagrin is proud to offer digitally customized lenses. These lenses provide wearers with a more accurate prescription, sharper vision, a wider field of view with less peripheral blur, and a finished product that is completely customized for the customer. Think about the first time you saw a high-definition television. The colors seemed brighter, contrast became more clearer, and you saw everything how it was supposed to look. Customized lenses are like having HD for your eyes as they offer an increased sharpness in all light conditions, even at night and enable quick adaptation with enhanced colors which maximizes the optics.
Made using free-form technology, these lenses go through a completely different creation process compared to traditional progressives. Free-form technology uses the most sophisticated, state-of the-art equipment which is computer aided to offer only the highest level of precision.
Prescriptions are accurate up to one-hundredth a diopter* (0.01D), offering the highest level of precision.
Traditional progressives are accurate up to one-eighth a diopter (0.125 D), leaving a slight amount of room for error.
These lenses have a unique customized design made for your specific prescription and frame choice to offer the clearest vision.
Lens design is “fixed.” This means that the progressive you choose already has the design in it and is just waiting for the prescription to be ground into the back of the lens. The problem with this is that the frame chosen cannot be taken into account.
These offer the smoothest transition for better viewing zones, eliminating the “sweet spot,” and offering a natural posture when trying to read.
Tend to have a “sweet spot.” This is the spot where the you get the clearest vision. Most wearers have experienced this, especially when reading – resulting in a tendency to slightly lift your head when trying to read causing unnatural posture.
The widest field of view with the least amount of peripheral distortion and virtually eliminates the “swim effect.”
Peripheral blur and a “swim effect” is another common issue. This is when you shake your head fast and it feels like the room is moving. With this design you can order different types that will offer a wider field of view, but the swim effect can still be there.
High Index Plastic 1.56
High Index Plastic 1.60
High Index Plastic 1.67
High Index Plastic 1.74 *NEW*
Standard Anti Glare/Reflective
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