We have a wide selection of independent labels from Paris, New York and Tokyo, right through to Zurich. Our selection criteria is high quality and beautiful design. We are constantly looking for the latest, the best and the most fashionable products. Year after year we visit the international fairs together with our whole team. With us, the value of a pair of glasses does not simply come from the designer name. With our expert advice covering different types of eyewear, we can help you choose the right glasses.
These fashionable acetate and metal glasses from Andy Wolf set international trends. Andy Wolf and his young team are always one step ahead of the times. His latest collection mainly features fine metal and plastic glasses (acetate glasses), plus bold combinations of both these materials. The designs bear his own typical touch.
Blac is an eyewear collection for the man who is sporty, yet elegant. Using high-quality materials such as titanium, carbon and nylon guarantees a sturdy but comfortable design.
A very elegant collection by Chopard with sparkling Swarovski crystals. These glasses and sunglasses have been made with a very high level of workmanship. They have recently become available in just few shops in Switzerland.
This eyewear range embodies a style unlike any other collection of metal glasses. Coblens is one of the leading manufacturers of metallic glasses based on titanium, producing stylishly large yet refined titanium glasses. Typically, these become favourite glasses that people are in no hurry to change. Their style embodies current trends like no other collection. They specialise in metallic glasses, so they’ve been prepared for years for the current metal glasses trend. Typical Coblens glasses are large, fine, robust and show some characteristic features.
At last, a beautiful, fashionable eyewear collection for narrow faces. The lightweight plastic glasses by Colibris will inspire you.
The glasses from Dieter Funk are made by hand in the FUNK glasses factory in Bavaria. The focus of the owner and designer Dieter Funk lies in the retro style, which he incorporates well into his collections.
When the „ Eyevan 7285 „ brand creates a product, it is exceptionally good. Some of the most highly-skilled craftsmen in Japan use the best materials to produce a pair of Evan glasses. It seems that Eyevan’s customers appreciate the fact that the glasses they are wearing are formed like a sculpture – rather than mass produced in large numbers from cheap plastics. These glasses are hand made from the finest materials; they can give lifelong pleasure to their owner.
Face a Face glasses are designed in Paris, the city of fashion. The harmoniously co-ordinated colours emphasise their French flair.
Glassy inspires young people with cool eyewear designs. Those eyeglasses let them emphasise their own individual styles. Actat eyeglasses are handmade in Italy and are named after various Swiss cities.
The amazing opportunities offered by the latest 3D print technology!
These glasses are made of nylon combined with beta titanium, one of the hardest materials used in the eyewear industry. Extremely light and extremely strong, producing an extremely special performance. These glasses are created through the use of the latest 3D technology in its fullest form. The eyewear industry has never before
produced anything to compare. Even two years ago, it would have been impossible for such glasses to be produced at all – and now they are available from Gautschi Optik. These models also look great as sunglasses. All the models are available in black with silver and black with gold.
Robust glasses for men. Glasses by Kooki have been manufactured in reliable quality for decades.
All of Laura Imami’s frames are hand-made in a small, beautiful village in Northern Italy. The work is carried out by master craftsmen, working on the basis of a centuries-old tradition of the manufacture of such frames. Laura uses the famous, high-quality Mazzucchelli acetate and impeccable German hinges of the 1940s to
produce durable, elegant, stylish frames; she herself supervises the manufacturing process to ensure her designs are brought to life in their perfect form.
“The end result is of the highest quality; this aspect of my frames is something I would never change”.
Laura Imami visits each of the shops in which her beloved frames are displayed at least once, because an appreciation of how her glasses are presented is very important to her. Only one shop in each town is accorded the privilege of selling her glasses, and we are proud to be her chosen outlet in Zurich.
No matter where you are in the world, this brand is the first place to come for handmade gold glasses. A fifth-generation family company that manufactures glasses with the utmost precision. They are master goldsmiths who know their craft perfectly, working on every Lotos pair of glasses to produce an incomparable masterpiece. You will receive a lifetime quality guarantee.
We are among the first opticians in Switzerland to stock the incredibly light lool glasses from Barcelona, which won the Blogg Awards at the “Opti” opticians’ trade fair in Munich. This brand is super famous in Barcelona, where the collection is developed and manufactured. One of the guiding principles of the business is an
urge to approach and look at things differently; this attitude has made a vital contribution to its creation of new ideas. Barcelona is at the heart of the Mediterranean sun – open and cosmopolitan, but also human, trailblazing and innovative. As a city, it constantly reinvents itself and others.
These glasses weigh just 7g; they are super light, and made of steel for strength.
They even dispense with screws.
lool, for finely polished metal glasses with phenomenally modern designs and striking forms (the name itself depicts two arms and two lenses)
Marcus Marienfeld is a Swiss goldsmith who produces high-quality glasses in the middle of the Valais Alps. He is an example of Swiss quality craftsmanship who brings together different materials. Every pair of glasses that leave the door is personally checked by Mr Marienfield.
Masunaga has been the court supplier to the Japanese imperial house for over 80 years. Masterpieces by this Japanese old master combine timeless beauty with exceptional craftsmanship.
The company mission statement: We only manufacture excellent glasses, mediocre products never leave the premises. Anyone who wants to see the world through the Emperor’s spectacles will find this unique and incomparable collection at Gautschi Optik in Zurich.
Munic eyewear: Frame your personality!
A great eyewear collection from Denmark. These lightweight titanium glasses by Orgreen are available in beautiful colour combinations and also in the latest larger formats.
Paul & Joe of France are light, beautifully crafted plastic glasses with a love of detail. Discreet, yet strong colours make these glasses a highly personal accessory.
Savile Row glasses have been worn by many well-known names such as Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, John Lennon, Steve Jobs, Audrey Hepburn, Rihanna, Eric Clapton, Denzel Washington, Harrison Ford and even Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter.
Made with much passion and decades of experience, with hundreds of working steps in London, using machines that go back to 1898.
These glasses from Austria are among the lightest in the world. Thanks to a patented assembly system, they have no screws.
Super light, simple and incredibly comfortable to wear. That is Silhouette.
Theo glasses are unmistakable! Anyone who wear glasses by Theo really loves their glasses. They are more than just an accessory. They underline your personal style. Discover the fun of wearing glasses!
Cheeky shapes, great colours. “There is no one like Theo".
One of the hallmarks of Von Arkel glasses is the screwless cylinder hinge. It was developed in cooperation with the watch industry. This highly complex hinge, made in Switzerland, runs as smoothly as clockwork.
Yellows Plus glasses are available at select outlets in Switzerland. You can immediately see how beautifully and intricately that have been made.
Lightweight titanium, high-quality plastic and classy engraving are the marks of these Japanese masterpieces.
YOU MAWO "Your Magic World"
We scan your face
Every person in this world is unique. This fact is well-known, but few manufacturers are really able to respond to the individuality of the customers. The centerpiece is the 3D Infrared Scanner App developed by YOU MAWO. It scans the customer's facial structure within 30 seconds. After the scan, we enter the information on the base model, color and personal data into the app and forward it to YOU MAWO for the production of tailor-made glasses.