An increase in luxury brands have made the list.
Shrinking our footprint never looked so stylish.
Ray-Ban led the way.
After the holiday hustle, it seems customers played it conservative the first month of the new year.
Pleasant surprises all around as independent brands reign supreme.
Von’s Vision will host its annual event offering 150 low-income children with the eye care and corrective eyewear.
9 optical and sun styles that offer square pegs, round holes and everything in-between.
It’s a pretty wide spread of brands with no runaway winner.
OVVO seems to be the month’s sleeper hit.
From full on pops of color to just a splash of flourescent the future’s so bright.
The old standbys seem to have been the safe bet.
Sunglass sales were hot and customers seemed more willing to spend.
Lool 'boasts a technological spirit and specializes in lightweight eyewear.'
The award is given in remembrance of José Manuel Lara Bosch.
Sunwear for snow conditions saw an uptick.
Eyewear will be facilitated to children and students in need.
Independent brands generally outperformed the usual suspects.
Unseasonably warm weather helped boost sun sales.
Overall classic styles ruled ... with an attention-grabbing standout here and there.
Sunwear sales really picked up and BTS styles were hot ... even if actually going back to school wasn't.
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