Blac, by the Danish designer Bellinger, is an innovative line of frames. The carbon fiber material makes them unique in their design and light weight. Inspired in the Maclaren MP4-1 body, a carbon composite sports car, Blac frames carry the design of the Bellinger house while providing with a breakthrough in material.
Elegance and originality, Boz frames are characterized by the resemblance to natural elements in the texture of the frames and the bold choice of colors by the designer. Sensuality dominates Boz frames, bringing a strong message of originality to the women that wear them.
Since 1994, Ives Cogan designs frames that are identified with the elegance and distinction of the French taste. Frames made for men and women with technical precision but without giving up the pleasure of wearing elegance.
The revolutionary characteristic of Eco or "Earth Conscious Optics" is that these frames are made of 95% recyclable material. Founded by the Italian designer Alessandro Lanaro in 2008, the responsible philosophy behind these frames includes not only how are they made, but also inviting customers to donate their unwanted frames to others in need. More than a statement, the Eco frames are a way of acting on behalf of the environment.
Diversity of colors and texture characterizes Etnia Barcelona frames. Experts in the psychology of colors, the designers focus on creating frames as exciting and original as the city they are named after.
Frederic Beausoleil has been creating eyewear since 1987, his line resembles the intersection between traditional design and contemporary influences. Handmade in France, these frames would please those looking for classic French design.
This french designer offers a wide variety of unusual shapes and fantastic colors. Beyond trends, JF Rey frames are about individuality.
Juxtaposing the past, the present, and a vision of the future, the Japanese designer Kio Yamato presents a collection of frames that combine different artistic impulses to deliver unique combinations of shapes and colors.
l.a.Eyeworks capture innovation and imagination. The L.A. based designers are at the forefront of eyewear design since the late 1970s. If you are interested in iconic and wearable spectacles, l.a.Eyeworks frames provide the best of both.
Heneau treats eyeglasses like objects of art. The frames by the Belgian designer Michel Henau reproduce the lines and shapes of classic designers, but they also infuse a contemporary look that makes them unique objects to wear.
Martin & Martin offers the contemporary and urban look that it is also timeless. Award winning design and thick frames are characteristics that make eyewear by Martin & Martin statements of originality.
Masaki Matsushima eyewear are intricate pieces of design inspired in futuristic shapes. Clean lines, carefully picked tones, and a subtle interaction between metal and acetates define Masaki Matsushima spectacles. At Dupont Optical, we carry the premium line of eyewear of the Japanese designer.
Tradition rules in the Masunaga collections. In production since 1905, this Japanese designer's house offers beautiful hand-crafted frames. Their eyewear combines classic shapes with contemporary color choices.
Modo frames are the signature line of the Modo company. The main interest of the designers is to balance style and the care for others and the environment. Modo promotes beautiful lines in their frames and compassion for those in need in their philosophy. The company encourages those that buy their frames to donate unwanted frames to help others. Moreover, the interest in helping the environment takes the designers to research technology and methods of building eyewear that leave a minimum footprint in the environment.
Oliver Goldsmith is a legendary designer from London. Their lines are characterized by a flair of classical taste and bold designs. Peter Sellers, Michael Caine, Audrey Hepburn, and Nina Simone, all favored the thick-rimmed styles of this British designer. Considered as the ''best known un-known designer,'' Oliver Goldsmith revived the classic 1950s and 1960s designs to offer classic mid-century original eyewear to a new generation. If you are looking for the original classic retro designs, we are the exclusive carriers of this line of optical frames in the District of Columbia.
Part of the Kio Yamato company, O & X New York embody classic forms and subtle combinations of colors. O & X New York offers the type of frames suitable for working environments that could also work in more informal occasions.
Part of the Porsche Design line, these frames carry the initial idea of the Porsche car to the limits of design. Made with acetates and carbon fiber materials, functionalists and full of style, Porsche Design frames are luxury item anchored in the engineering of the Austrian designer.
Whether the red carpet or the city streets, Sama eyewear combines unique colors and creativity to produce luxury eyewear. Designer Sheila Vance is at the front of Sama. Constantly searching for inspiration, each collection translate abstract concepts into eyewear design.
Silhouette eyewear requires little introduction. These frames tend to ''disappear'' due to the rimless technology that made them famous. However, less known is that the rimless frames from Silhouette are also screw-less, prolonging the life of the frame and preventing future adjustments. Also, you can customize frames and lenses in many ways turning them as original as you are.
Part of the Masunaga collection, Toki eyewear - also handmade in Japan - are beautiful frames with strong lines that deliver bold statements. Pleasing those looking for mid-century shapes, Toki is part of a big and influential trend in eyewear design to revive post WWII design.
Varvatos frames embody the easy Rock & Roll style. Jeans and jacket to work? It's all good.