The ocular experts at Vision Clinic assess eyesight and stock their boutique shelves with frames from names including Dolce & Gabbana, Dior, and Alain Mikli. Devoted to creating eyewear that suits the wearer?s lifestyle, the staff consults with each client to ensure lenses withstand prolonged staring at computer screens or prolonged staring matches with younger siblings. Once frames are selected, opticians keep them fitting with complimentary adjustments and onsite repairs.
Vision Clinic?s attentive care stretches beyond its shop doors?the practice provides prescription eyewear and exams for the local community. The company also makes frequent contributions to a number of charitable organizations.
For more than 21 years, Medical Optical Center has sharpened the sight of its customers with lightweight precision lenses, stylish frames, and well-honed medical expertise. The in-house lab swiftly grinds lenses to exact specifications with sophisticated technology and techniques, capable of crafting thin-lens eyeglasses in as little as 15 minutes or refurbishing a lighthouse in under a day. An optician with more than 40 years of professional experience offers on-site exams to ensure that eyeballs enjoy comfortable, long-term health and clear vision, and an impressive array of frame styles, as well as a wide spectrum of colour contact lenses, brighten eyes with sleek, fashionable design.
Westside Optical Boutique's style-savvy, efficient staff enhances roving eyes with prescription lenses outlined with chic, designer frames. Crafting a hypnotic discord with novelty mirrored contacts, a set of antireflective lenses ($149) pairs affordably with a selection from Westside's discontinued, discounted frames. Meanwhile, new frames arrive via stork on a regular basis and include a gleaming selection from such notable brands as Chanel, Ray-Ban, and Claire Goldsmith (ranging from $95–$990). Allow a style consultant to suggest a pair of BeauSoleil peepers or hide behind a tinted set of Oliver Peoples specs. Westside Optical Boutique also sets single-vision lenses ($199–$299) and progressive lenses ($479–$579), so oculars can see clearly while still qualifying for citizenship in a nudist colony.
It was Scott Catton?s father who opened the first two-for-one optical store in Ontario in 1989. It was called Wholesale Vision, and the glasses sold there were crafted at the lens-manufacturing facility onsite. The company may have changed its name to iVision in 2000, and it may have a new president?Scott?but it still offers two-for-one specs, perfect for those who misplace things or for for people like Superman, who need to completely change their identity in a hurry. iVision also still manufactures all of its lenses in-house. These lenses go on to fill regular frames as well as frames from designer brands such as Ray-Ban, Hugo Boss, Prada, and Gucci.
Subscribing to one of Coco Chanel’s credos, “fashion is not something that exists in dresses only,” the ocular experts in charge of Eyestar Optical outfit their display racks with glasses that aren’t just functional, but also stylish. While available brands vary by location, many frames come from high-end designers such as Gucci, Prada, and Tom Ford, which can subtly complement elegant outfits or add dramatic flair to overall looks. In addition to boosting fashion cred, select locations offer eye exams to suss out any current or impending eye-related maladies, as well as contact-lens fittings for those uninterested in wearing glasses or welding together two monocles.
Purba Vision began as the dream of Jai Jassal, who founded the company in 2006. In a few short years, the original lone optical boutique blossomed into five separate locations where licensed optometrists perform thorough eye exams, checking for ocular issues such as glaucoma and colour blindness. Clients can also browse each location’s selection of hand-picked frames from around the world—a collection that includes work by Prada, Ralph Lauren, and Hugo Boss.