Eyeglasses.com Touts Special Savings on Designer Eyewear from Prada, Kate Spade

Eyeglasses.com Touts Special Savings on Designer Eyewear from Prada, Kate Spade
Eyeglasses.com Touts Special Savings on Designer Eyewear from Prada, Kate Spade!!
Frame yourself in a different light with a variety of exciting new eyewear options, courtesy of Eyeglasses.com (Eyeglasses.com). With a selection of eyeglass and sunglass frames that offer superior style with an array of bold color choices and flattering shapes, Eyeglasses.com brings designer exclusivity straight to your door, including:

Prada PR 18WVF – this bold frame for Women emphasizes an updated angular shape that’s fit for a true fashion original, in black, blue and tortoise shell colors

Prada PR 17SV – this studious style for Men is a modified round frame that means business, whether at home, work or play, in tortoise shell color

Prada PR 66XV – this sporty style seeks adventure for Men (and Women) with an oval frame and a double bridge in five unique colors: transparent gunmetal, striped grey-black, striped brown-pale gold, black/gunmetal and tortoise shell/gunmetal

Kate Spade SARIYAH – embrace a pop of color with these classic full frames for Women that are lighter than air and easily adjustable for a perfect fit – in playful pink, powder blue, jet black and tortoise shell shades

Kate Spade RAGAN – these rectangular frames for Men & Women feature a sturdy, single bridge metal shape that flexes for maximum stability and durability to ensure a comfortable fit. In brown, black and navy colors

Kate Spade LOWRI/F – metal frames mean business in this super-light pair for Women that sits beautifully on the face and comes in bold silver-grey, pretty pink and gold/tortoise shell that spells G-L-A-M-O-U-R

“Two of our best-selling designers, Prada and Kate Spade, are making waves in the New Year, and we have plenty of distinctive styles, shapes and colors to choose from,” says Mark S. Agnew, CEO and Founder of Eyeglasses.com. “Whether oval, rectangular, round, square or cat-eye, we’ve got a perfect fit that highlights your very best look!”

Come and see what you’ve been missing at www.Eyeglasses.com.

Mark S. Agnew is the CEO and Founder of Eyeglasses.com, a leader in the online consumer eyewear business.  Since 1999, Agnew pioneered online retailing by being the first eyewear company with a virtual try-on application, earning two patents that were later sold to Luxottica Corporation. Agnew has long been a consumer advocate, leaving a successful Wall Street career to develop Eyeglasses.com, which sells high-quality eyewear to customers for half of the price normally charged by optical stores.  As an expert in the eyewear industry, he is the author of the Eyeglasses Buying Guide: How to Pay Less and Get More, which offers advice and information to all eyeglass consumers, offline and online. Founded on the principle of helping others, Eyeglasses.com has continued to evolve its charity program and in 2019 launched PiWear to literally make blind people see again.  For every pair of PiWear sold, Eyeglasses.com funds a cataract surgery in India.  This effort has earned Agnew wide-ranging media coverage in the press. Prior to founding Eyeglasses.com, Agnew was Director of Fixed Income Research and Vice President at Lehman Brothers, and before that as Managing Director at Bear Stearns. Agnew started his Wall Street career at Drexel Burnham Lambert, but denies all responsibility for the demise of those three companies. Institutional Investor Magazine recognized Agnew as a top analyst for his investment research, which numbered in the thousands of pages during his ten years on Wall Street. Agnew earned his MBA at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and a BA in Art History from Vassar College. He is an active Rotarian, was a board member of the Westport-Weston Chamber of Commerce and is active in local charities.
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Cynthia Tait

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