No doubt you’ve heard about them, but you may not know what sets these favorite brands apart from the rest. FramesDirect.com carries more than 250 brands. Each model on our site is available in all the colors and sizes offered by the brand - and that adds up to more than 100,000 styles.
Read on for the inside scoop on the designers behind our bestselling glasses and sunglasses!
Founded in the USA, Ray-Ban was originally designed for U.S. military pilots. Today, Ray-Ban is one of the world's most celebrated brands, producing iconic glasses and sunglasses in a variety of frame and lens styles. Ray-Ban glasses are and always have been a nod to the casually cool.
Gucci eyewear is a beautiful extension to its existing lines of luxury apparel, handbags and fragrances. The Italian brand creates glasses with quality and exquisite style in mind, for the discerning buyer.
A distinctly original Italian designer brand, Prada opens the door into a world of cutting-edge fashion. Prada was originally an exclusive store specializing in luggage, accessories and luxury goods but now carries eyewear that echoes the brand's avant-garde approach.
Costa was made for water worshipers, by water worshipers. Their patented technology provides absolute clarity and protection on the water, as well as frames that refuse to slip, rust or weigh anyone down.
Developed on the island of Maui, Maui Jim sunglasses are designed to eliminate glare and combat UV rays while enhancing the colors of the island. While worn by anyone wanting to cut glare, Maui Jim is quite popular at the beach and on the water.
Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana carry their cosmopolitan vision to the world in the form of high-end clothing and accessories like eyewear. Dolce & Gabbana eyewear is, like its companion lines, unconventional and flavorful.
One of the most recognizable brands in the world, Versace beckons the biggest celebrities. Gianni Versace was a thought leader in the sartorial world, defining the fashion industry singlehandedly. Look for Versace frames to be bold, glamorous and eye catching.
Ralph Lauren's flagship POLO brand emerged in 1967 as a premium lifestyle brand for the cleancut and well-tailored man. POLO eyeglasses and sunglasses accessorize the same man - the one who seeks tasteful style and precision quality.
A godsend to sports enthusiasts, Oakley eyewear is the culmination of innovative function and modern design. The brand continues to pave the way in sports-specific lens technology for both regular and prescription sunglass lenses.
The elegantly artful design of Persol eyewear can be identified by the Supreme Arrow, but that's just the beginning. Behind the timeless beauty of the frames is original and innovative form that makes these glasses and sunglasses comfortable and long lasting.
Born out of the U.S. military's need for durable eyewear, WileyX began creating shatterproof glasses. Today, the brand is available for civilians who live life on the edge, hunting, fishing and riding the open road.
Where precision meets luxury, British brand Burberry resides. From its trademark trench coat to its iconic check and knight, Burberry epitomizes graceful refinement. Burberry eyewear delivers the same look and quality expected of the brand.
The colorful world of Kate Spade began at a boutique in New York City, with a line of handbags. Kate Spade New York fast became a brand synonymous with trendy, feminine fashion and designer quality. Kate Spade glasses and sunglasses consistently offer just that.
Bolle's journey has been rich since its founding in France in 1888. The brand started in combs and hair ornaments, expanding into eyewear. Today, Bolle sunglasses are coveted among active sportsmen for their ergonomic design and advanced lens technology.
Since the 1960s, this leading luxury lifestyle brand has lavished its consumers with a look of classic sophistication. The Ralph Lauren eyewear line continues the tradition and attract women looking for polished style and dependable quality.
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