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ECPs Share Their Best-Selling Collections for January 2022

After the holiday hustle, it seems customers played it conservative the first month of the new year.




Ray-Ban sunglasses
A partnership between Ray-Ban and Facebook, Ray-Ban Stories are smart glasses that capture videos and photos, play music and podcasts, and take calls. MSRP: $299

We’re doing insanely great with the Ray-Ban Stories! — Angel Miller, Cynthiana Vision Center, Cynthiana, KY

Hemingway eyewear

Ernest Hemingway Eyewear is a vintage-inspired roundup of retro zyls, metal-zyl combinations and metals. The H4858 is a men’s metal available in Gunmetal, Silver, and Gold (shown). MSRP: Price upon request

The Ernest Hemingway H4858, a metal semi-rimless frame, it’s stylish and available in several colors. — Sonja Franklin, OD, Modern Eyes, Austin, TX

  • David Spencer and Lafont opticals, Maui Jim suns. — K Elizabeth Bouravnev, Bergh White Opticians, Springfield, IL
  • FUBU and Vontelle since many of my patients were looking for African American designer lines that fit and looked good. Ray-Ban sunglasses. — Ansel T. Johnson, OD, Vision Salon Eye Care Associates, Blue Island, IL
  • MODO, Etnia Barcelona and Lafont glasses, Maui Jim suns and SALT. in both. — Laura Miller, OD, Northwest Hills Eye Care, Austin, TX
  • Etnia Barcelona opticals and Ray-Ban suns. — Diana Bishop, Eclectic Eyewear, Austin, TX
  • Draper James opticals, Ray-Ban sun, and Tom Ford in both. — Cynthia Sayers, OD, EyeShop Optical, Lewis Center, OH
  • Puma ophthalmics, it’s a new brand to our office and it’s a great price point. It’s been a slow sunglass selling season for us in the Northeast. — Christine Howard, Eyes on Plainville, Plainville, MA
  • Tura’s Titanflex and Maui Jim suns. — Susie Phillips, Dr. Brendon Johnson, O.D., Pekin, IL
  • We’ve been slaying it with Etnia Barcelona and Tom Ford. — Justin Tenczar, Berkshire Eye Center, Pittsfield, MA
  • Uber opticals and Costa sunglasses. — Chris Gregg, IGH Family Eye Clinic, Inver Grove Heights, MN
  • We got some of the new Ray-Ban styles in and were fully stocked with plenty of choices. It made it easy. Ray-Ban was also our hot seller in sun. Wayfarer styles were the big seller. — Randy McMurry, MyEyeDr, Birmingham, AL
  • Etnia Barcelona eyeglasses and Tom Ford sunglasses. — Sherry Morgan, Logan Eye Care, Lake Mary, FL
  • Oakley and Ray-Ban in both and Wiley X in suns. — Caitlin Wicka, San Juan Eye Center, Montrose, CO
  • OWP, Fysh, Chesterfield ophthalmics and Oakley suns. — Jennifer Leuzzi, Mill Creek Optical, Dansville, NY
  • Tura, Calvin Klein and Perry Ellis glasses and Ray-Ban and Serengeti suns. — BJ Chambers, Carrera Optical, McQueeney, TX
  • The David Spencer line, it has beautiful, saturated colors and shapes that fit many faces. Lightec frames sold as well; they’re lightweight and comfortable. Ray-Ban sunglasses. — Deb Jaeger, Eye Center of the Dakotas, Bismarck, ND
  • Anne et Valentine’s most recent releases have been stunners and we can barely keep them stocked. In sun, the MODO 3D printed and Brooklyn made are both great for the price point and men love a matte black frame. Masunaga was recently brought in and has been moving well. — Jason Klepfisz, OD, Urban Eye Care, Phoenix, AZ
  • Maui Jim suns. — Heather LeClaire, Binyon Vision Center, Bellingham WA
  • Our optician Dee tells us the WOOW Vooulez-Vous 2 sold well. Maui Jim is still king in sun; once people try them on they are sold. — Scott Mann, OD, INVISION, Christiansburg, VA
  • The Prodesign 3184, a women’s frame that combines metal and plastic. It’s an easy shape, great fit, beautiful colors! For sun, if they were polarized, they sold. LOTS of winter snow + sunshine = ALL the glare. — Jenna Gilbertson, McCulley Optix Gallery, Fargo, ND
  • OVVO and Stepper glasses, REVO suns. — Michael Davis, OD, Opti-Care, Eldersburg, MD
  • Michael Ryen performed best as a whole brand. The petite Scott Harris 808 did great at all three of our locations in the purple hue — great fit, trendy shape, and great price point. Wiley X suns. — Jen Heller, Pend Oreille Vision Care, Sandpoint, ID
  • Lindberg, STATE, Face à Face, Lafont and MODO ophthalmics. We carry some sun brands, but we seem to seldom sell those. We do sell a lot of custom and prescription suns. — Pablo E Mercado, Optima Eye Care, Alpharetta, GA
  • Gwen Stefani and Under Armour opticals. — Rick Rickgauer, Vision Associates, Girard, PA
  • Retro eyeglasses from Zimco. — Alexander Saper, Great Glasses, Houston, TX
  • Faniel eyewear, it has deep rich colors and unique shapes. In sun, Coach and Michael Kors in modified aviator shapes. — Scott Keating, OD, Vision Trends, Dover, OH
  • Face A Face! Cool and beautiful! For sun, Maui Jim, it’s a fan favorite. — Paula Hornbeck, Eye Candy & Eye Candy Kids, Delafield, WI
  • Our own ready to wear line is doing very well in optical. For sun, American Optical Saratoga. — Kevin Count, Prentice Lab, Glenview, IL
  • CVO frames were flying off of the boards. Gucci suns were definitely the most requested in January. — Colby Spivey, Vision Center South, Dothan, AL
  • Kate Spade put a sparkle in many ladies eyes in January. No wonder, the line is enormous! In sun, Maui Jim‘s Hawaii Lava lenses stole the show. — Amie Robinson, Spring Hill Eyecare, Spring Hill, TN
  • Any Lindberg Spirit frame in optical and Maui Jim in sun. — Steve Burek, Metro Eye, Milwaukee, WI
  • Ted Baker opticals, Maui Jim suns. — Tiffany Firer, Lifetime Eyecare, Jenison, MI
  • Catch London glasses, great colors and great price point. For sun, Maui Jim, people know the name. — Kristina Jordan, The Eye Site, Mishawaka, IN
  • Kate Spade has been doing very well for us. All of the lighter, translucent colors have been the favorite by far. Oakley sun for men and Kate Spade sunglasses for women. — Ann-Marie Weaver, Optimal Eye Care, Lewis Center, OH
  • Legre and Danny Gokey glasses and Maui Jim suns. — Kathryn Collins, OD, Kissel Eye Care, Lititz, PA
  • NW77th, SPY and OVVO in ophthalmics; TacticalRx and the Rudy Project’s Rydon and Magpull suns. — Bret Hunter, Sports Optical, Denver, CO
  • The Elle line by Charmant is one of the hottest and fastest moving frame lines I have had the pleasure to work with. Modern styles, cool colors and wonderful fit. Our newest quick and popular seller is Charmant’s Elle 13483. Maui Jim sunwear always. — Chris Clark, Advanced Eye Care Optical Shoppe, Panama City, FL
  • Swarovski eyeglasses, Coach suns. — Richard Frankel, OD, Atlantic Cape Eyecare, Wildwood, NJ
  • Kate Spade opticals and Costa Suns. — Melanie Jenkins, Spring Hill Eyecare, Spring Hill, TN
  • MODO and Studio Optyx in optical, Rudy Project in sun, and Raen in both. — Travis LeFevre, Krystal Vision, Logan, UT
  • Europa’s Scott Harris. Great colors and styles at a decent price. Ray-Ban suns. — Judy Scheuerell, Fox Valley Family Eye Care, Little Chute, WI
  • In sun, Serengeti all styles in 555nm polarized lens. — Ron Catterson, Clear View Optix, The Villages, FL
  • The Tom Ford 5709-B in Red! It’s a sexy, sharp and confident look. In sun, the American Optical Saratoga Tortoise and Demi; it’s a clean classic wayfarer shape, timeless style, and fits petite faces very well also! — Mallory Haun, MetroSpecs Optical Shop, Fayetteville, NC
  • Ray-Ban is classic and sells well and Longchamp is a great line that is VSP-friendly. — Jessica Brundidge, Clarity Vision, Clayton, NC
  • David Spencer and Banana Republic opticals, Ray-Ban and Maui Jim suns. — Zachary Dirks, OD, St. Peter and Belle Plaine Eyecare Centers, Saint Peter, MN
  • OVVO opticals, people like the light weight and colors. Taylor Madison, the new styles have fun shapes and colors that appeal to all ages. Costa suns, I am selling them off. — Dorothy Reynolds, Eyes on Fairfield, Fairfield CT

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