Eye Glasses Boutique Show Case
Known for their futuristic inspired designer eyeglasses frames, Etnia’s frames are popular with both men and women looking for a unique addition to their frame collection.
With an emphasis minimalism and highlighted your individuality, Adidas Silhouette eyewear is designed to enhance your unique look through strong materials combined with an eye for harmonic design.
Frames are fashionable and functional. Available in a large selection of colors and styles. Kate Spade frames are known as appealing to diverse lifestyles, with eclectic colors and prints.
Maui Jim blends quality with inspiration of the Hawaii beach culture. Their designer sunglasses line has been named best sunglasses in 2015 and 2016.
This iconic brand was founded in 1856 by 21-year-old dressmaker Thomas Burberry, all designed in their London studio and assembled in Italy.
Designed to showcase your unique character, Elle frames are known as having a more youthful look, Elle merges a modern look with a unique style.
These incredibly light frames are made entirely from stainless steel to form a strong and resilient piece of eye wear. The frames use a screw less flex hinge to create maximum flexibility for a long lasting, comfortable, and stylish frame.
Marc Jacobs frames are known as sophisticated designer eye wear combining an urban look with a focus on detail. Known for their retro and vintage styles, their frames speak to those that are sure of their own personal style.
Nike’s motto “Designed from sport, evolved for life” perfectly sums up their unique product, which melds the technological advances garnered from their vast experience with professional athletes with the needs of everyday life.
A truly unique pair of glasses, Flexon uses a high tech metal that always bounces back into shape & weighs 25% less. If that wasn’t great enough, this technology is based on that used by the US Navy as a missile heat shield.
These designer frames adorn the faces of celebrities world wide. Designed with the iconic Oliver Peoples aesthetic in mind, these handcrafted glasses are a genuine fashion statement. Oliver Peoples is a product that speaks for itself, recognized for its signature design.
The Seraphin line of eyewear from OGI is a successful attempt to bring in elements of the past with modernistic influences. All of their eyeglasses are handmade with precision in Japan, and are known for incredible quality.
Ray Ban is the best selling designer frames in the world. Ray Ban has perfected the use of the latest technological innovations in frame design with unquestionable style. More than just mimicking the latest trends, Ray Ban has been credited with creating fashion trends.
After years as the creative director of Gucci and Yves St. Laurent, Ford created his own fashion line which is so popular with celebrities that he has become a household name. Designed for the strong, intelligent, worldly man and woman, Ford is distinctive and highly sought after.
ProDesign Denmark consistently produces fresh, funky styles that distinguish wearers with their style. ProDesign is well aware that Danish design is admired for its clean and simple lines, high quality and ability to combine lightness of form with functional strength.
OGI offers bold, colorful and contemporary handcrafted eye wear. Known for their innovative and original designs, quality and value. A worldwide leader in affordable luxury eyewear.
Schoenbart Vision Care is proud to be the first practice in Long Island to receive the newest frames from Moncler. Known as one of the most iconic Italian fashion brands, Moncler stands out as combining extreme style and design with quality and craftsmanship.
Showcasing the Latest in Designer Frames
Our optical boutique showcases the latest in designer frames fashion to match your unique style. Our expert team will assist you in finding the perfect eye glasses to match your style and face.
We have an extensive selection of eyewear including the latest styles in designer sunglasses and prescription eyeglasses. Here are just some of the lines we offer: