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    If you’re a parent who left the eye doctor with a prescription for your kid this year, then you might be anticipating the transition! Getting eyeglasses for the first time can be Read more
  • Test your brain with these optical illusions!
    Check out these 3 visual illusions below, and remember, things aren't always as they appear! 1. Are the squares inside the blue and yellow squares all the same color? 2. Are the Read more
  • Why you should stop by the eye doctor before your kid goes back to school
    As summer comes to an end and the school year approaches quickly, don't forget to stop by the eye doctor while picking up your kid's new school supplies.  Here's why... Your Read more
  • Tips for Kids Eyewear
    If you’re a parent who left the eye doctor with a prescription for your kid this year, then you might be anticipating the transition! Getting eyeglasses for the first time can be Read more
  • Test your brain with these optical illusions!
    Check out these 3 visual illusions below, and remember, things aren't always as they appear! 1. Are the squares inside the blue and yellow squares all the same color? 2. Are the Read more
  • Why you should stop by the eye doctor before your kid goes back to school
    As summer comes to an end and the school year approaches quickly, don't forget to stop by the eye doctor while picking up your kid's new school supplies.  Here's why... Your Read more
  • How to prevent blue light from affecting your vision
    We wear sunglasses to protect our eyes from sunlight, but did you know digital screens can be just as damaging? Blue light is short, high energy visible wavelengths that produce color Read more
  • How to prevent blue light from affecting your vision
    We wear sunglasses to protect our eyes from sunlight, but did you know digital screens can be just as damaging? Blue light is short, high energy visible wavelengths that produce color Read more
  • Popular frames of 2015
    As the year comes to an end, we take a look back at where we have been. Let’s look back on six of the most popular frames of 2015! Ferra - Read more
  • Popular frames of 2015
    As the year comes to an end, we take a look back at where we have been. Let’s look back on six of the most popular frames of 2015! Ferra - Read more
  • Trunk Show November 4th!
    Trunk Show featuring Tom Ford and Roberto Cavalli on Thursday, November 12 at 4 pm.  Men and women instantly recognize James Bond’s style and glass, which is why the newest Read more
  • Trunk Show November 4th!
    Trunk Show featuring Tom Ford and Roberto Cavalli on Thursday, November 12 at 4 pm.  Men and women instantly recognize James Bond’s style and glass, which is why the newest Read more
  • Top 7 Costumes for people with glasses
    Don’t let your glasses deter you from having a stellar Halloween costume this year! We’ve compiled a list of the top seven Halloween costumes that include glasses. Amy Farrah Fowler, Big Read more
  • Top 7 Costumes for people with glasses
    Don’t let your glasses deter you from having a stellar Halloween costume this year! We’ve compiled a list of the top seven Halloween costumes that include glasses. Amy Farrah Fowler, Big Read more
  • Eye Protection: One Size Doesn't Fit All Activities
    For most of us, the Monday through Friday life doesn't require much more than reading glasses and maybe sunglasses for the commute to and from work. Once the weekend arrives, Read more
  • Eye Protection: One Size Doesn't Fit All Activities
    For most of us, the Monday through Friday life doesn't require much more than reading glasses and maybe sunglasses for the commute to and from work. Once the weekend arrives, Read more

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