JINS Eyewear the leading eyewear brand in Japan opened its first anf flagship store in San Francisco on April 10 - Watch the demo of its Kanna robt that makes ...
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Ditch Your Mass-Produced Frames; Bespoke Eyewear Is Here E.B. Meyrowitz's second stateside tour kicks off at the end of October in New York, making stops in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, and Los Angeles before heading back across the pond. Snag an appointment (check out the full itinerary and email [...]
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'Alternative Fit' Sunglasses Are Bringing Much-Needed Inclusivity to the Eyewear Market Founded in 2001 in Japan, the on-trend and accessibly-priced optical brand Jins launched in the U.S. in 2015 with e-commerce and a flagship in San Francisco. (I actually bought my first pair of rainbow sprinkle patterned Jins in Shanghai, and they fit [...]
Chinese accelerator invests in budget eyewear retailer ClearDekho The $300 million venture fund operates a slew of global accelerator programmes such as HAX (Shenzhen/San Francisco) for hardware; IndieBio (San Francisco) and RebelBio (Cork/London) for life sciences; Chinaccelerator (Shanghai) and MOX (Taipei) for [...]
See Saw Seen Eyewear now open in Hayes Valley See Saw Seen operated four years as an online store with occasional pop-ups at Hayes Valley's Urban Air Market or the Treasure Island Flea Market, but it became obvious that customers needed to be able to try on glasses and feel the frames in a [...]
The Hundreds was originally founded in Los Angeles in 2003 by Bobby and Ben Hundreds as a men's apparel company and online magazine. Inspired by a California culture, the brand is considered a lifestyle project influenced by a variety of California's defining traits from punk to hip-hop, skateboarding to surf. Now sold worldwide, including 4 of its own flagship stores across the States, The Hundreds has expanded beyond apparel, accessories and headwear to a print magazine, a footwear collection and eyewear line.
The Hundreds was founded in 2003 by Bobby and Ben Hundreds, The Hundreds encompasses multiple facets including an apparel line, an online-magazine, retail stores, and a print magazine. The collection is currently available in 400 accounts worldwide. In 2007 the brand...
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Tom Catherall's return to Atlanta comes by way of a return of Tom Tom, his original eatery. Tom Tom is opening in place of the former Noche at the corner of Virginia and Highland Avenues, in Virginia Highland. Let me clarify, the restaurant is closing in Sandy Springs, and a separate restaurant that will likely be very different, will open in Emory Village in the old Ink & Elm. Kidswear retailer Peek is closing its location at Phipps Plaza and most of its retail network following its recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. The San Francisco-based retailer, backed by Nordstrom, opened its roughly 1,600 square foot store near Lilly Pulitzer on Phipps Plaza's main level in early 2014. Before the bankruptcy filing, the retailer operated nineteen locations in ten states.
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San Francisco Giants: Five Predictions for the Upcoming Season In 15 games in Triple-A at the start of the year, Lee batted an eye-popping .422, but was soon hit with disaster. On a freak play at shortstop, a throw from the second baseman pulled Lee off the bag and into the basepath, where Lee was leveled ... [...]
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PlayStation VR launches October for $400 — yes, more than the PS4 Courtesy of a reveal at San Francisco’s Game Developers Conference in San Francisco ... PlayStation Move, PlayStation Eye, EyeToy). Sony has managed to get over 230 developers on board with creating content for the device, with 50 games that support ... [...]
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Matt Moore signs 2-year deal with Miami Dolphins Since we are still trying to figure out the San Francisco 49ers quarterback situation, we'll keep an eye on all the quarterbacks out there. And so, Ian Rapoport is reporting quarterback Matt Moore has re-signed with the Miami Dolphins, inking a two-year ... [...]
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Wells Fargo Looks to Eye-Scan Security Starting this summer, San Francisco banking giant Wells Fargo & Co. will let corporate clients sign in to the bank's commercial banking app using either an eye scan [pictured above] or a face- and voice-recognition system. It's the latest step in a broader ... [...]
CBS Plans to Sell Radio Station Group The Eye owns 117 stations in 26 markets, including clusters in such top markets as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. In recent months Moonves has hinted that CBS was leaning toward selling some or all ... [...]
A souvenir of his first half-marathon and his finishing time last JanuaryEntrepreneur Emerson Yao loves challenges. Turning 52 on Christmas Day, he is girding for his next marathon, while keeping an eye on the bottom line of his businesses.The managing director of Lucerne Watches operates 40 stores in the luxury range, such as Rolex, Omega and Breguet, and another 40 for such fashion brands as Fossil and TW Steel.Then there are Japanese franchises in eyewear such as Owndays, of which...
Attention, crestfallen Google Glass enthusiasts: Your redemption has arrived.While most of the tech world dismissed the “smartglasses” concept when Google put Glass to bed back in 2015, Vuzix continued toiling away on the form factor it has been working on since long before Google ever took an interest. The result, at long last: A pair of smartglasses you may actually want to wear.No, we can’t guarantee your safety in a crowded San Francisco bar should you decide to wade into the ungentrified...
Vuzix, a Rochester, New York-based display provider, has been trying to resurrect the promise of Google Glass for years now, but this year’s iteration finally feels ready. The company’s new product, called the Vuzix Blade, was unveiled at CES this week in Las Vegas. It’s a pair of augmented reality smart glasses that float a screen in the upper right corner of your vision. But unlike previous iterations, in which the technology protruded in ugly and apparent fashion, the Blade is the first...