Eyes on Chagrin is THRILLED to announce the arrival of Dr. Karen M. Malaski. Dr Malaski’s professionalism, attention to detail, and dedication makes her a perfect fit at Cleveland’s fastest growing optometric practice!
Call 216-292-3937 to set up an appointment and don’t forget to stop by the store Sunday, September 13th from 12:00p-4:00p and join us for our Open House featuring a trunk show by Barton Perriera!!
Want a unique pair of eyewear that can’t be found in ANY other store in the entire state of Ohio? Then stop by Eyes on Chagrin and try on the latest fashion in eyewear.
Thom Browne, who is known for his high fashion clothing line, has won a large variety of design and fashion awards including GQ Designer of the Year in 2008, Pratt Institute Fashion Visionary Award in 2013, and Council of Fashion Designers of America menswear designer of the year in both 2006 and 2013.
Thom Browne eyewear is strongly considered some of the best quality and style in the entire industry worldwide. The craftsmanship and attention to detail is not only obvious but a necessity by name.
No need to go all the way to Barney’s or Bergdorf Goodman, stop by Eyes on Chagrin TODAY to try on your next pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses.
By combining classic and modern elements, Robert Marc creates timeless eyewear designs. He has revived the art of the handcrafted frame and subtly brands his eyewear with the trademarked Robert Marc hinge that is inspired by historical design and construction. This signature hinge adds distinction and luxury to each frame and unifies the collection.
The Robert Marc Collection is crafted with high-quality materials such as zyl (Italian acetate) and titanium. He is known for layering contrasting and complementary colors and patterns to create depth and glamour in each frame. Limited edition styles are crafted in small quantities and incorporate rare and luxurious materials such as exotic leathers, crystals and miniature silver beads.
While each frame is unique, Robert Marc’s seasonal collections are themed, reflecting Robert’s artistic consciousness and imagination.
Eyes on Chagrins website was chosen over hundreds of different luxury optical practices because of its style, innovation, and witty catch phrase to be featured in Invision Magazine’s latest issue!
Eyes on Chagrin is changing its hours of operation. Starting February 8th, we will be open on Sunday BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, and our Monday hours will change from 10a-4p to 10a-3p.
These changes are being made in an effort to allow our staff to spend more time with their families. We apologize for any inconvenience.
New Hours of Operation
Monday 10-3; Tuesday 10-8; Wednsday 10-6; Thursday 10-8; Friday 10-6; Saturday 10-6; Sunday BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
I can’t believe that it has been exactly two years today that we opened our doors. The staff here at Eyes on Chagrin would like to thank all of our patients, customers, supporters, and family members for making everything possible… We sure have come a long way since 2012!
The staff at Eyes on Chagrin would like to wish everyone a safe, fun, and Happy Halloween!
Just in case you missed it, check out our latest Tri-Fold ad in the current issue of JSTYLE, a magazine distributed by the Jewish News in Cleveland.
The company was founded by family patriarch Hyman Moscot, who arrived from Eastern Europe via Ellis Island in 1899 and began selling ready-made eyeglasses from a pushcart on Orchard Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, finally opening a shop on Rivington Street in 1915. In 1951, Hyman’s son Sol moved the shop to its current location on Orchard Street. The company, currently run by fourth generation Moscot siblings, Kenny and Dr. Harvey Moscot, has two stores in Manhattan, with their branded eyewear sold at stores worldwide. Their clientele includes celebrities such as Johnny Depp, Sting, Lance Armstrong, Kanye West, Kiefer Sutherland, Renee Zellweger, Denzel Washington, and Mary-Kate Olsen.
Masunaga Optical was the founder of the optical industry in Fukui, Japan in 1905. In 1970, history was created when one of our products, the “Custom 72”, was placed in the time capsule at the World’s Fair at the Osaka Expo. The birth of the MASUNAGA Collection pays tribute to the “Custom 72’s” classic and timeless design.
Meticulous craftsmanship is evident in the countless steps of the
manufacturing process. Masunaga does not rush the process. No shortcuts are taken, no compromises are made in the creation of each MASUNAGA frame. Featuring beautifully hand polished Japanese acetate, durable seven barrel hinges, distinctive silver rivets, MASUNAGA collection confirms what Masunaga Optical has achieved over the past century.
To view the Masunaga collection, visit www.masunaga1905.com.