Oval metal frames were one of the earliest eyewear developed in North America. We associate our oval Windsors frames with Ben Franklin, who developed the first reader magnifying lenses in North America. In fact, he called his spectacles "focusers", and since we admire Ben so much we took that name for our company and use Ben's likeness in our logo!
Most people think of Focusers for mens eyewear, although many women love our frames as well. But did you know Focusers also has an eyewear collection exclusively for women?
Rimless frames were originally associated with wealth and success in the 1800s. Today they're chosen by men and women who are looking for lightweight frames with an elegant style.
Round rimmed glasses has always made a distinct statement about the wearer. Often chosen by trailblazers and visionaries, round frames have been worn by both fictional and real-life creatives, intellectuals, scientists, heroes and visionaries.
Before the 1930s, most eyeglasses were round, oval or rectangular shaped. But since then, thanks in part to World War II, P3 frames have become one of the most popular frames styles in the world.
Where is the first place people look when they meet you? Your choice of eyewear has the power to enhance your appearance more than most any other fashion choice.
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