Brands

Andy Wolf

The Andy Wolf company is truly an independent company that has the grit, the guts, and the vision to bring such a beautiful collection to the world. The epitome of refined unconventional elegance.
Blake Kuwahara
The Blake Kuwahara collection designs a vintage inspired frame shape, and then encases it in another translucent acetate color and shape. Bold shapes with a touch of edgy sophistication.
Etnia Barcelona
Since 2001 Etnia has been creating eyewear in Barcelona, Spain. With a passion for eyewear, culture, and art, they draw inspiration from artists from fashion, photography, street art, and from the city and soul of Barcelona herself.
EYEVAN 7285
A beautiful handmade collection designed and manufactured in Japan. Detailed filigree accents on bridges and temples, made with glass lenses and titanium metal.
Garrett Leight

Founded in 2011 as Garrett Leight California Optical (GLCO) by it’s namesake, Garrett Leight. Brought up the son of an optician and designer, it was only natural that he would catch the design bug and ventured out into the biz for himself.
l.a. Eyeworks
l.a. Eyeworks is the darling indie company of expressive eyeglass wearers everywhere. They have fans who have been wearing them for over 40 years, and they continue to captivate and appeal to eyewear newbies.
An independent family owned eyewear company in it’s 5th generation, Moscot has been in optical for over one hundred years. Best known for their iconic vintage styles, the Lemtosh and Miltzen. 
One of the first fashion eyewear brands, Oliver Goldsmith designed the iconic oversized styles made popular in the midcentury by icons like Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy Onassis.
Retrospecs
Retrospecs is a Los Angeles based vintage eyewear company with an amazing product and story that has stolen our vintage loving little hearts.
Tavat
Since 2010, Tavat has been designed locally in Pasadena, and carefully hand crafted in Italy. They invented new construction methods, and explore alternative lens technology. Tavat did their R&D right, and it shows.
Vuarnet
Yes kids, this is the stuff that legends are made of. After the 1960 Olympics the Vuarnet sunglass brand went on to become an iconic fashion powerhouse all over the world, for decades. It was sporty. It was elegant. It was French.