Glasses should enhance your face! Not conceal it! So here's a guide on how to find the right glasses for your face shape! Sorry for the late upload. My hard drive ...
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Cult sunglass brand Maui Jim gets into eyeglasses After nearly 40 years making sunglasses, independently owned sunglass brand Maui Jim is finally getting into the optical eyeglass market. It's a bold move given that the industry continues to be dominated by Luxottica, an enormous Italian conglomerate [...]
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Carolina Lemke in talks with Kim Kardashian Bar Refaeli just got done romping around with an ex-con. But now she's hoping to film soon with none other than reality TV star and supermodel Kim Kardashian. At a press conference on Tuesday, Yossi Gabison, head of the HOODIES group which owns [...]
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Whatever happened to Trump ties? They're over. So is most of Trump's merchandising empire. Wonu, which made Trump-branded bedding in Korea, said simply that its license had expired. Ditto for the makers of Donald J. Trump eyeglasses. A French company that once made Trump mattresses has been sold. Its new owner said it didn't make them [...]
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Costco membership includes eye exam Costco memberships include many benefits beyond wholesale shopping. [...]
Marchon Eyewear is a United States-based manufacturer and distributor of eyewear. Founded in 1983, the company's portfolio includes several licensed brands in addition to its own house brands. The company has major design centers in New York and Italy, with manufacturing in Italy, Japan, and China.
The company acquired OfficeMate Software Solutions in 1994, which produces eyecare-specific practice management software. In August 2008, the company was acquired by VSP, a major vision insurance company.
Marchon manufactures eyeglasses under the following licensed fashion and sport brands as well as several house brands:
Larry He's So Fine
Eyeglasses come in fact as only one of the merchandises in the marketplace. At present, eyeglasses are being manufactured by hundreds of companies under heavyweight or trivial brands. In addition to that, eyeglasses have also seen significant expansion in design or style. It is generally known that there are eyewear alternatives like prescription glasses, non-prescription glasses, sunspecs, protective goggles and sun clip ones. From a chronological perspective, the average cost of eyeglasses at the present time is significantly lower than that during the ancient times. In those old days, cut rate eyeglasses were barely available.
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Texas to Mexico
Thirty years ago – long before digital cameras and HDTV were invented – companies used multi-image, or multi-projector, large screen slide shows that were synchronized to motivational soundtracks. When large screen video was introduced, multi-image and photography professionals believed that it would never compete with the crisp, high quality images of 35mm slides. The industry didn’t anticipate how quickly the public would accept large screen video, despite its inferior image quality to large screen video. In a matter of months, 35mm slide companies went out of business or had to reinvent themselves to make way for the new large screen video technology. Local video stores like Blockbuster, Hollywood Video and others boomed with business for over a decade, renting VHS tapes to a wide variety of customers.
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More than $30,000 in designer eyeglasses stolen from Streetsboro Clear Vision store STREETSBORO, Ohio - Streetsboro police reported the Clear Vision store on Streetsboro Road was robbed of $34,410 worth of designer frames, including Chanel and Tom Ford brands. Police were told the theft occurred at 1:38 p.m. on March 12 and the suspect ... [...]
New Futon Frames and Mattresses Unveiled at Fab Futons It is an online shopping site for an extensive range of comfortable and stylish futons, futon covers, mattresses, and frames. The products available are mainly from top brands like Kodiak Furniture, and LifeStyle Covers. [...]
French Perfumer 'Diptyque' to Open Pop-Up Shop in Boerum Hill Along with Aesop and Invisible Dog, the block is now home to handbag designer Clare V. and cafe 61 Local. Eyewear brand Warby Parker also plans to open a store on the block. Diptyque currently has New York City locations in Manhattan on Mott Street ... [...]
ICC World Cup 2016: Facebook's Profile Frames Feature Sees India, Pakistan Fans Unite Ahead of the cricket match, a brand new feature from Facebook is aimed at engaging fans of the teams of both countries. The new Facebook profile frames feature lets users modify their profile picture to show support for their favourite teams. The feature ... [...]
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Zack Moscot was not yet 8 years old when he had a screaming tantrum about his professional future. “I don’t wanna join the business!” wailed the fifth-generation member of the family behind Moscot, the venerable New York eyewear company. His great-great-grandfather Hyman Moscot founded the shop in 1915, turning a pushcart stocked with ready-made glasses into an optical landmark known for its bright yellow sign and low-key style. “I didn’t know what I wanted to do,” Zack says, looking back. “I...
Football player Misagh BahadoranAs the retail landscape continually shifts, brands need to adapt in order to survive. Italian eyewear brand Police has set its sights on millennials, many of whom are as yet unfamiliar with the brand that prides itself on its decades-old reputation as a rebel brand.Ian Lucas, Hong Kong-based regional manager at De Rigo, which distributes Police and other eyewear brands, says this is all set to change.“If we don’t attract the millennial market, then we won’t...
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy’s Luxottica (LUX.MI) has parted ways with its fourth chief executive in three years as Chairman Leonardo Del Vecchio prepares the eyewear group he founded for a planned merger with France’s Essilor (ESSI.PA). Luxottica, the biggest maker of spectacles, agreed in January to merge with the top lens manufacturer to create a 46 billion euro ($54 billion) group with a global shop network and brands from Ray Ban to Giorgio Armani and Burberry. Luxottica said on Friday...