Tag Archives: made in Italy

DAD GLASSES

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There are a few phrases that we hear all the time at Opticianado: ‘I had these in eighth grade!’ ‘I look like Harry Potter!’ (you don’t.) …and one of our faves ‘I look like my dad’. Upon scrolling through Instagram, ‘dad’ trends seem to be all over the place. Slouchy jeans and t-shirts, baseball caps, […]


OLIVER PEOPLES TRUNK SHOW

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With the first days of summer here at long last, we couldn’t be more excited to announce our next trunk show! On Sunday June 11th we will be hosting the entire collection from Oliver Peoples from 12 – 4 PM! What better time to make a Sunday trip to the Junction and try on a […]


VISION EXPO EAST 2017

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Hey all! We’ll be in New York this year for Vision Expo East, showcasing our line of specialty large fit eyewear from March 31st – April 2nd. Our frames are handcrafted in Italy and come in a variety of classic colours and shapes that flatter many face shapes and sizes. Appointments are happily arranged by […]


WHY YOU DON’T LOOK LIKE HARRY POTTER

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Round frames have become quite the hot commodity recently, and we’ve got a large selection of everything from true round to panto, as well as rounded square for those of you looking for a shape that’s a little more in the middle. Yet we find that a lot of people perusing our shop are hesitant […]


SACRED GEOMETRY

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For customers looking for a departure from classic round and rectangular shapes, we carry an abundance of geometric, polygonal frames! Playing with shapes and angles offers a quirky alternative to your look while maintaining an overall clean and modern aesthetic. Curious about our one-of-a-kind frames? Come on down to the shop and learn more about […]


New Stock Alert! Metal frames by Germano Gambini

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Just in! New metal shapes from one of our faves, Germano Gambini! These exquisite pieces are crafted by hand in Italy, and are made with the highest standards. Part of their I Leggeri collection, they are lightweight, with bold colours and architectural shapes. “The line ‘the light’ was born from the pencil of Germano Gambini […]