L'AMY
Columbia
The Columbia Sportswear Company, since 1938, has always been focused on making the outdoors more enjoyable for everyone, and on getting more people out the door. As a highly regarded brand name with a strong quality to performance value ratio, Columbia Eyewear offers a broad-based collection of sunwear
and ophthalmic frames. With design
innovations like Eco Acetates, Carbon Fiber
and Interchangeable Frame Technology, Columbia products continue to offer true performance and extreme functionality, while appealing to a variety of tastes and price points.

Luxottica
Polo, RayBan, Vogue
Luxottica produces and distributes sun and prescription eyewear of high technical and
stylistic quality to improve the well-being and satisfaction of its customers.


Marchon
Disney, Bebe, Flexon, Lacoste, Nine West, TresJolie
Their portfolio of winning brands include a wide array of prestigious fashion and sport labels
that generate over 16 million frames sold annually. Since 1983, highly skilled individuals,
innovative design and cutting edge technology have defined Marchon. It is this commitment
and passion which has helped to solidify our superior reputation in the market.

Safilo
Boss, Carrera, Chesterfield, Elasta, Fossil, Juicy Couture, J Lo, Kate Spade,
Liz Claiborne, Saks 5th Avenue, Tommy Hilfiger, Banana Republic

Safilo has been designing and manufacturing high-quality eyewear products for over 75 years.

Silhoutte
Adidas, Silhoutte
Silhouette began with a vision - eyewear as an accessory - in 1964, and is now the leading
brandin lite eyewear worldwide. Under this brand, the lightest eyewear in the world is mostly handcraftedin an individual design, employing the best materials and the latest technologies.

Tura
LuLu Guinness, Ted Baker
An established eyewear company today, Tura was born out of "The House of Levoy," a dispensary on Madison Avenue in New York City. (The name Tura was derived from the company product the "Futura Mirror.") Here, eyewear was promoted as both a medical necessity and a fashion accessory. In fact, in 1949, the Levoy family ran an ad for their business which said: "Because women who wear glasses realize that there is no such thing as inconspicuous glasses, spectacle frames assume their logical place as a fashion accessory." The young company also prided itself on quality, with the first and only all-metal die-cast frames in the industry.

Viva
Candies, Guess, Harley-Davidson, Skechers
Viva develops innovative and high-quality ophthalmic and sunglass eyewear by successfully executing the vision of our brands. We conduct global market research to create a cohesive collection that is on trend and true to the brand identity. Our total brand-centric approach is
evident in the structure of our brand teams.

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