Posted on 06th May 2016
We are delighted to add Oakley to our collection of designer frames. With a wide range of frames, prescription glasses and sunglasses, the brand is a complementary addition to our exclusive range.
Established in 1975 Oakley is one of the leading design and sport performance brands in the world and its glasses are used by many world-class athletes. One of the original designer sports brands, Oakley is hugely popular with sports enthusiasts around the globe, due to its stylish frames built for high performance.
Sport aside, Oakley is also known for its lens technologies, including High Definition Optics® and its range of polarised lenses.
The prescription glasses range is simple and sleek, using materials like titanium to give a sleek finish. The sunglasses also have numerous subtle looks while the high performance sporting range features reds and mirrored lenses for real standout.
Oakley will sit alongside other popular designer brands including an exclusive range from Ray-Ban, many of the frames you won’t find anywhere else in Edinburgh. Offering timeless style, authenticity and freedom of expression, the core values of Ray-Ban, a leader in sun and prescription eyewear for generations. From its debut in 1937 with the now-iconic Aviator model created for the American Air Force to today, Ray-Ban has maintained a unique cultural relevance and has become a symbol of cool, worn by celebrities and public figures all around the world.
We have also selected some of Europe’s finest brands including British fashion classic William Morris London, providing superb original designs from London, Etnia of Barcelona which feature flashes of colour and floral patterns for a bright flash of fun, and the exceptional, discreet frames from Danish designers Lindberg. In addition, fashion giants, Prada which represents the best of Italian culture and tradition. The Prada eyewear collection features unmistakable style, refined elegance and uncompromising quality.
Visit our glasses section of our website to get a flavour of our frames.
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