l.a. Eyeworks Trunk Show - Dec. 2, 2017


Contacts and Specs presents the latest collection from one of our favorite eyewear lines, l.a. Eyeworks!

Los Angeles eyewear visionaries, Barb and Ghai, are back at it again with new bold and vibrant additions to their l.a. Eyeworks collection. This fun, independent line has been gaining progressively gaining momentum since it began in the late 70's. They have made a name for themselves in California as well as nationally after Parisian actress, Julie Delpy, was seen wearing the HORSESHOE in her latest film, The Bachelors.  l.a. Eyeworks continues to be seen on and off the screen. Check out our introductory l.a. Eyeworks blog to see where else the frames have been spotted! 
The new collection includes some revamped colors and new frames such as the light and techy SKIPJACK (top) and the loud and funky QUILL (bottom), pictured below. Why should these fresh styles matter to you? Well, we LOVE l.a. Eyeworks so much that we will be featuring every color and style at our upcoming trunk show on December 2nd, 2017 from 11am-5pm. Our lovely clients will be able to try on, choose and order their favorite fresh styles that have yet to be worn by anyone else in the Chicagoland area. 


We will also be offering one set of free lenses to anyone who purchases two frames with one pair of Transitions lenses with the Ultimate Lens Package from Essilor!! Click here for details and specifications.              

...oh, and did we mention there will be champagne🍾?

DON'T FORGET TO RSVP

 

 




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