Frame Lines

At Envision Eye Care, we carry a variety of unique frame lines for you to choose from.  Check out the links below to take a peek at some of our favorite designers.

Lindberg

Simplicity and minimalism lie behind the Danish designed Lindberg frames. The discreet yet classic elegance is enhanced by elimination of screws, rivets, or welds from the frames. The light and flexible titanium chasses are made to order and allow the wearer to customize frame color and lens shapes to suit individual preferences. Superior materials and design make Lindberg one of the most comfortable frames in the world.

Maui Jim Sunglasses

Maui Jim sunglasses were created to maximize optical clarity and color brilliance for the wearer. Their PolarPlus2 lens technology starts with 100% UV protection for the health of your eyes. Scratch and shatter resistant durability combine with water and oil repellant convenience for outdoor activities. Anti-reflective coating is applied to the backside of polarized lenses to achieve glare elimination as well as crisp and clear vision. A bi-gradient mirror coating is applied to the front lens surface to further reflect oncoming light and "squint" for you, so you can enjoy comfortable vision while driving through Houston's glare-inducing cityscape, lounging by the pool or waterfront, or almost any outdoor activity you can imagine.

Etnia Barcelona

Etnia is a 'fashion-forward' line of eyewear which represents character, international style and imagination. This brand's trademark colors and finishes are in a class all their own. Each Etnia frame has its own personality to enhance your mood as well as your wardrobe. With frames representing cities from six of the seven continents, find your favorite international city and take a look. This young and hip new line makes takes fashion eyewear to a new level, each individual frame a work of art and a true conversation piece.

Silhouette

For 41 years Silhouette has been making spectacular design statements, setting new standards and revolutionizing the optical industry with  their hingeless, screwless models. Whether its high performance synthetic SPX or the super-elastic Metaflex titanium lines, this handcrafted line of Austrian eyewear offers durability, style, and longevity. While fads come and go, Silhouette has stayed strong becoming a classic within the international eyeglass industry.

Mykita

This award-winning German line is manufactured in Berlin and has a patented hinge design without screws or welded joints. Striving for originality and innovation, Mykita frames are described as sophisticated, chic, and modern. Stainless steel's flexibility and durability make it the material of choice for Mykita and their Mykita Light line, ensuring the designer's goal to include quality and value as their frames' additional assets.

TC Charton

This frame line is designed by Alexandra Peng Charton with Asian facial features in mind. The frames are constructed with higher nose pads to prevent sliding down the nose or touching the cheeks. Although the line was created to fit flatter nose bridges and higher cheekbones first and foremost, many of the frame styles are attractive and comfortable on people of other ethnicities as well. 

John Varvatos

John Varvatos is a brand that occupies a unique place in the landscape of American design. It unites old world craftsmanship and refined tailoring with modern innovations in textiles and a rock ‘n’ roll sensibility. Launched in 2000 with a collection of tailored clothing and sportswear, the brand now represents an entire lifestyle that includes belts, bags, footwear, eyewear, limited edition watches, luxury skincare and fragrances.

Scott Harris

Scott Harris is effortless cool. On the cutting edge of fashion, Scott Harris is on the front lines with the hottest looks before they hit the masses. Whatever your look may be, the collection has endless possibilities to make your own statement. From casual to professional, playful to dramatic, edgy or refined, there is a Scott Harris style that is a perfect reflection of you. Made from the highest quality materials and craftsmanship, Scott Harris is taking on the world and wants you along for the ride.

Tom Ford

Tom Ford is among the most highly respected and successful designers today. In April 2005, one year after leaving Gucci Group, he announced the creation of the TOM FORD brand, a beauty and eyewear collection launched in 2005 and 2006.
April 2016—Tom Ford announces the launch of the TOM FORD Private Eyewear Collection, a special edition of sunglasses and optical frames designed for the eyewear connoisseur. Says Tom Ford, “These are the frames that I personally wear and in some instances originally designed only for myself. This is truly my own private collection. In most cases these editions of my favorite frames have been produced in new elevated materials that are uncommon in most commercially produced frames.”

Ray-Ban

Ray-Ban has left an indelible mark on culture history. Throughout its seven-and-a-half decades, Ray-Ban has been instrumental in pushing boundaries in music and the arts, forging the rise of celebrity culture, and creating the power of the rock and movie stars to influence fashion. From James Dean to Audrey Hepburn to Michael Jackson, Ray-Ban has proven indispensible for cultural icons who don’t want to be seen - but definitely want to be noticed.

Coach

Founded in 1941 as a family-run workshop in a Manhattan loft, Coach has grown into a leading American designer and marketer of fine accessories and ready-to-wear for women and men around the world. The Coach eyewear collection perfectly expresses the effortless New York style and the authentic American heritage of the Coach brand.

Burberry

Since its founding in England in 1856, Burberry has been synonymous with quality, as defined by the endurance, classicism and functionality that characterized its history. Burberry has become a leading luxury brand with a global business. The eyewear collection is inspired by the brand’s innovative ready-to-wear and accessories collections and incorporates very recognizable iconic elements for both men and women.

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