Our Collection

We don’t fall for names, it’s quality that captures our attention, with only the most considered designs making our eyewear collection. We also offer Tax Free, saving 15% on purchases over NZD$300. Simply buy in-store, then collect your item/s at the airport as you’re departing New Zealand. Enjoy discovering our brands. As you’ll see, whether optical or sunglasses, we have something truly special waiting for you.

 

 

 

Gucci

Gucci

The urban romanticism and eclecticism that Creative Director Alessandro Michele has infused into his collections has redefined Gucci’s codes and creativity. His distinctive and contemporary aesthetic favors gender fluidity, rich embellishments, and an unconventional vibe, all blended liberally and unexpectedly. As seen on the runway, eyewear is part of the House’s new aesthetic. Over 250 new styles developed annually feature the brand’s iconic motifs alongside novelty details, making the offering extremely versatile for the contemporary tastemaker.

Moscot

Moscot

Moscot is a New York City Institution renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear The MOSCOT Originals infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with over 100 years of eyewear expertise and unparalleled craftsmanship to create its timeless eyewear. All MOSCOT Eyewear is handmade, using the highest quality materials, real hardware, and hinges that are riveted through the temple and frame fronts to ensure the sturdiest construction possible. In their very own New York City labs, MOSCOT carefully inspects every frame before dispensing eyewear to anyone, assuring the best quality possible. MOSCOT offers multiple sizes so that you can find the right frame for your face.

Chloé

Chloé

Chloé eyewear mimics the ready to wear collection. Sinuous, sophisticated, essential and versatile designs. The eyewear collection takes inspiration from the brand’s codes of elegance and femininity, enriched by exclusive details that combine vintage taste, masculine references and highly seductive graphic effects. The collection reflects a mix of brand iconic elements such as soft materials, round, retro and oversized shapes, expressed through warm and sandy shades, true to Chloé colour palette.

Garrett Leight

Garrett Leight

Started in 2011 in Venice, LA, Garrett Leight is about classic design, classic style, timeless type of eyewear. Both American and English inspired, it draws its inspiration from different characters throughout time. Their frames are handmade and finished the the finest materials and processes by the best eyewear makers in the world.

Anne et Valentin

Anne et Valentin

Anne Et Valentin is a French brand whose creations are original, colourful, lively and. combine their savoir-faire with an equal mix of respect and anti-conformism, to create frames that never let you down. Anne Et Valentin believe a frame should not only flatter and complement, but express who you really are. Their purpose is to express the essence of every individual through their choice of eyewear. Each time you put on your frame, you present yourself to the world just as you are” – Anne et Valentin.

Marni

Marni

Marni is a luxury brand founded in 1994 by designer and creative director Consuelo Castiglioni. The Marni label has built its success on an elusive yet distinctive design signature that celebrates individuality and a sense of pragmatism in a creatively irreverent way. The label’s visual language of graphic rigour and unconventional detailing pushes the subtle and subversive boundaries of function and proportion.

Saint Laurent

Saint Laurent

Founded in 1961, Yves Saint Laurent was the first couture house to introduce the concept of luxury prêt-à-porter in a 1966 collection called ‘Rive Gauche’, synonymous with youth and freedom. In its eyewear collection the brand maintains current authentic style, strongly focusing on the unisex concept. In addition to the minimal clean styling the collection features a discreet branding and the iconic detail of the Corner Angle: the metal angular corner positioned on the upper part of the front, an immediately recognisable “signature”.

Kilsgaard

Kilsgaard

Kilsgaard embodies simplicity. Their idea is to create a contemporary, elegant design that both compliments and reinforces the style of the wearer. They look ahead of the trends but stay grounded in the classic designs that have outlasted decades. Their wish is to re-introduce what’s proven to work: minimalist aluminium and fine Japanese handmade acetate. That’s why they design logical spectacle frames that are reliable and insist on elegant tech solutions.

Thom Browne

Thom Browne

Thom Browne, a designer who is best known for the workmanship and his almost obsessive attention to details, was awarded the 2013 Menswear Designer of the Year by The Council of Fashion Designers of America. In 2011, he teamed up with the LA-based luxury eyewear designer, Dita, to release unisex sunglasses styles inspired by the master architects, studio artists, industrial designers and professors of the 40s, 50s and 60s. Each eyewear style is marked with the signature Thom Browne red, white and blue logo tip and four stripe hinge. For his metal collection, all eyewear frames are made of high-grade titanium delivering strength, lightness and comfort.

Tom Ford

Tom Ford

Sex appeal combined with a daring and elegant attitude the Tom Ford collection offers a selection of men's, women's, and unisex frames that are characterised by luxury and singularity with the focus on meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail. Offering a collection of sophisticated styles for men and women, Ford brings his trademark clean lines and sensuality to a sleek signature eyewear collection.

Kate Sylvester

Kate Sylvester

Intelligence, sophistication and modern femininity. Collections that challenge nostalgic sensibilities with contemporary use of colour shape and form.

Dita

Dita

Founded in Los Angeles in 1995, Dita Eyewear is the brainchild of lifelong friends John Juniper and Jeff Solorio, whose shared passion for photography and design sparked the epiphany that eyewear is the most prominent and memorable of all fashion accessories. Edgy yet elegant with an East meets West aesthetic and design influences ranging from Hollywood’s glamorous Golden Age to the mechanised beauty of the Industrial Revolution, Dita Eyewear’s ability to enhance and transform a wearer’s persona has earned the brand a cult-like following amongst the world’s most influential celebrities, stylists and trendsetters.

ic! Berlin

ic! Berlin

They said we were crazy, but crazy makes the world go ʼround. ic! berlin revolutionized eyewear with their very first frame – a screwless sheetmetalframe. How does screwless eyewear work? With an ingenious interlocking hinge with a removable clip that holds everything in place. Every ic! berlin frame features this remarkable hinge system, meaning every frame can be broken down into its individual parts and reassembled quickly, easily, and without any extra tools. No screws, no glues, no welds, no witchcraft; just award-winning designs for every day, and extraordinary showpieces for once in a lifetime.

Yohji Yamamoto

Yohji Yamamoto

Yohji Yamamoto is a Japanese fashion designer based in Tokyo and Paris. Considered a master tailor alongside those such as Madeleine Vionnet, he is known for his avant-garde tailoring featuring Japanese design aesthetics.

Gentle Monster

Gentle Monster

Cutting-edge eyewear brand Gentle Monster was founded in 2011 with the intention of creating the perfect pair of frames. With its house philosophies rooted in the purity of design, experimentation, and technology, Gentle Monster offers an avant-garde take on modern eyewear. Its elegantly simple Absente and Dreamer styles draw upon Gentle Monster’s love of vintage eyewear, while the sculptural Ranny Ring and Big Bully models showcase their drive for innovation and artistry.

 

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