By  on March 22, 2019

Eyewear, in the last decade, has seen relatively few disruptive forces since the 2010 founding of Warby Parker. Meanwhile, the larger accessories industry is seeing waves of change with new handbag and shoe brands that offer consumers a high-fashion proposition at a lower cost. Lab-grown diamonds, too, are expected to shake up consumers’ value propositions when it comes to buying jewelry.

In examining eyewear’s methods of commerce, it becomes evident that the industry is something of a complicated, tangled web for brands — simultaneously operating in the health care and fashion spaces. Prescription and sunglasses are both relatively undisrupted, but for different reasons, according to industry experts.

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