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Marchon and Paul Smith Sign Eyewear License

The long-term deal will hit stores in January 2023.

Shout It Out: Statement Sunglasses

Sunglasses to get you noticed.

Baleen Designer Maria Bulanda Sees Sunglasses as Architecture on the Face

The daughter and granddaughter of architects draws inspiration from elements and lighting of famous…

Roberto Cavalli Inks Eyewear License With De Rigo

The first Roberto Cavalli and Just Cavalli eyewear collections will bow in 2023.

The Busy, Quiet World of Maison Bonnet

The company behind Jackie O and Yves Saint Laurent's famous glasses.

Inside Puyi Optical’s Success in China

The eyewear retailer from Hong Kong has become an important ally to brands who are serious about their…

Vision Expo West Touches Down in Las Vegas

The show is held at the Sands Convention Center Las Vegas Wednesday through Saturday.

Inside Cutler and Gross: Americana on Screen and Expansion Behind the Scenes

The brand has become a mecca for artists, rock stars, writers and royalty.

Eye Care Retail Executives Talk Trends, Sustainability

The eyewear category continues to blossom due to working from home and popular trends seen on social channels.

Sport Eyewear Brands Straddle Performance and Lifestyle

Oakley, Roka, Smith and 100% all offer models with enhanced technology and updated styling

Formula 1 Is Eyewear’s Golden Ticket to Worldwide Exposure

As Formula 1 continues its global expansion, eyewear companies are rushing to sponsor teams and capture a bit…

Is There a Fashion Future for Smart Glasses?

The barriers to adoption of smart glasses are largely unresolved, but there's still potential in the category.

Armani Group, EssilorLuxottica Renew Eyewear Deal for Another 15 Years

Renewed four months ahead of the deadline, the licensing agreement will continue a partnership that was first…

Athletic Sunglasses for Spring 2023

Athletic-inspired frames continue to trend for the coming season.

How Italian Eyewear Companies Use 3D Printing Techniques

This technology allows brands to deliver increasingly complex shapes, and is viewed as more sustainable.