A boutique-style eyeglass shop whose proprietor travels to New York to pick up the latest frames, 20/20 Vision features chic mannequins that rock stylish eyewear, sun wear, and sports glasses pulled from designer collections such as Tom Ford and Vera Wang. The intricate designs of Roberto Cavalli sunglasses block out the nosy sun, while Maui Jam Punchbowl sunglasses trap rose lenses inside chocolate fade frames ($94.50). Fuchsia Jazz and blue and yellow Noyz frames from Rudy Project help match rainbow-sherbet-inspired hair-dye experiments. Lens coatings such as antiscratch and UV can cover the single vision lenses ($109), bifocals ($149), and trifocals ($160) nestled inside overstock designer frames (starting at $50). The store also repairs damaged specs, rescuing frames bent out of shape by games of don't-dodgeball.
Dr. Luciana Coscione Dixon and her staff at L’Optique Optometry use innovative and technologically advanced procedures to better survey clients’ eyes and prescribe answers to issues blocking crystal-clear vision. A specialized camera captures color images of retinas, and a corneal topography device maps the cornea in detail, both of which can be used to pair patients with the best possible glasses and contact lenses. Once prescriptions have been made, clients can choose frames from designer labels such as Burberry, Coach, Kate Spade, and Hugo Boss.
Though SEE Eyewear’s specs are only found in their stores, their designs sprout from imaginations around the world. Winner of reader's choice awards in cities ranging from San Francisco to Nashville, SEE Eyewear stocks its frames directly from fashionable frame crafters and passes on the savings of doing business at the source to customers. The company calls on fashion designers from France, Italy, and other style-conscious countries to create one-of-a kind designs to be featured on store shelves and client faces. Before that happens, though, each potential frame goes through a rigorous design and review process to ensure its distinctiveness and quality before it can be added to the national eyewear shop’s exclusive coveted selection.
From cat-eye to horn-rimmed and perfectly round to wayfarer-inspired, the cost of each frame includes single-vision lenses, giving customers the simplicity of a flat price that doesn’t require customers to pay an extra prescription fee or mine their own bifocal quarry. SEE Eyewear also trains its staff members to be aesthetically savvy so they can find the perfect fashion-forward, vision-correcting specs for any face shape, mood, or fashion sense.
Doctors Todd Saniszewski and Nora Clancy leverage a combined 38+ years of professional experience at Advanced Eye Care of Michigan, which is both a high-end store and an optometrist's office. They see their patients in onsite private offices, offering them guidance and information on any conditions or issues they may be facing. For clients in need of glasses or another prescription, Advanced Eye Care boasts a vast selection of brand-name frames in the front of the shop, and the staff equips them with custom-made lenses. The doctors' eye examinations can discover eye illnesses as well as test for the need for glasses or a third eye. Doctors Todd and Nora also have extensive training in the co-management of LASIK and cataract surgery. They take great pride in their staff, which works to make every visit to their office a simple one, instead of a convoluted symposium on insurance minutiae.
When you walk into House of Optical, you will immediately notice that we are equipped to offer a full range of eye care needs. We offer a huge selection of the latest eyewear and custom lenses, so you can be sure that the professionals at House of Optical will help you to choose the right ones for you!
The doctors of optometry at W. Optical perform eye exams and outfit clients with new frames and contact lenses. Exams tests for diseases such as glaucoma and measure visual acuity. Once prescriptions are up to date, guests can peruse a selection of more than 1,500 frames from brands such as Coach, Kenneth Cole, and Vera Bradley.