Cutting-edge eye-rejuvenation services aren’t the only thing setting this Oklahoma practice apart.
Lessons learned over a decade informed the design of their stunning new location.
The décor may be apocalyptic, but the vibe is ‘neighborhood hangout.’
Just a stone’s throw from the Hudson River, they’ve taken their community’s ‘local-first’ ethos to heart.
The team reflects the diversity of their Atlanta community and bring it the service they deserves.
It’s been a busy but rewarding 18 months!
Now it’s doing it from a stunning new location.
They repurposed a 1930s gas station, preserving not only the mission-style building, but also its legacy of offering full service to its community.
Their Alexander Daas frames have some very famous clientele.
Alexander Daas Eyewear and Opticians Del Mar, CA Owner Alex Feldman, a second-generation optician, spent his childhood learning optics. He became a licensed optician early on...
Construction delays, a global pandemic, major life changes can’t stop this team.
This optical shop plus art gallery also serves as a vibrant hub for OKC’s creative community.
Texas OD Matt Barber felt the city was underserved; now it enjoys top-class care and unique eyewear in a location that rivals any in the U.S.
It’s a team effort, and no detail is left to chance.
It’s the culmination of 40 years of business insight and fostering a dedicated staff.
Opening this stunning corner optical allowed her to express her creativity.
Black Optical’s Oklahoma City location leans into its team members to keep it ahead of the pack.
They’ve expanded in Indianapolis without losing sight of their community spirit and strong belief in nurturing staff.
Owner and optician Valerie Afriat first learned to love fashion at her parents’ Montreal clothing factory in Montreal.
Winners and finalists of INVISION’s ‘America’s Finest Optical Retailers’ competition share their creative ideas.