In July of 2017, EOC decided it needed a face lift when it began a 2 month full gut job remodel. Apparently it caused quite the buzz in the optical industry as Invision Magazine’s editor in chief reached out to EOC owner Kevin Kretch and asked permission to write a featured article in an upcoming issue. The two of them put together an article not only highlighting the beauty of the finished product but also to guide and motivate others in the industry to make similar changes to their own shop.
Make sure to stop by and see for yourself!
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.
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.