We are one of Australia’s most unique eyewear stores, specialising in high quality and limited edition eyewear. Our independently owned practice provides high levels of service and expertise when looking after your vision and selecting your eyewear.
Curating and importing optical frames and sunglasses for adults and children from all corners of the world into our city of Melbourne store, we love travelling. Attending international trade fairs, meeting frame makers, building new relationships with many small businesses, we’re offering a range of styles and colours to suit all shapes, colours and sizes and those seeking to communicate their individuality. We cherish this direct contact with frame makers, visiting factories, collaborating and learning about processes and materials.
Since opening on Lygon Street in 2013 in Melbourne’s education, health and research precinct, our goals remain the same. To combine our interests in people, study, optics, travel, business, design, and aesthetics in our relaxed optical setting. Our experienced spectacle making guarantees that your prescription, your particular facial features, hobbies and needs are all considered when we assist you in your purchase, aiming to make the best eyewear you’ve ever worn including:
- blue light protection for extended computer use
- digital device addiction
- TV and film industry correct lens coatings and unlabelled frames
- hand cut lenses to cinematographer’s cameras
- small eyewear for babies and children
- contact lenses
- specs for reading in bed
- skiing, swimming, golf, cycling, snorkelling
- special events
- simply great glasses for every day of the week
Eye examinations, sight tests, contact lens consultations and retinal photography are available three to four days per week with Melbourne Optometrists Claire Jackson and Sandra Palmer. You can also claim your private health insurance in store.
Located five doors north of Cinema Nova in Carlton, across the road from Readings and Jimmy Watson’s, we hope to see you soon.
Michelle Foley, Sandra Palmer, Adam Davies and Claire Jackson.