Gucci Optical Glasses
Eye Associates of Winter Park boasts a modern optical boutique with a diverse selection of frames to suit every taste. We offer selections by trend-setting designers such as Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Gold and Wood, La Font, and BCBG, as well as more classic styles by Silhouette and Gucci. We also offer children's frames by Fisher Price, Converse, Flexon for Kids (and adults), as well as a variety of non-prescription sunglasses such as Maui Jim and Oakley. Choose from frame materials such as titanium, rimless, and stainless steel.
Licensed Opticians are always available to answer any questions you may have about the array of options that are available, such as thinner, lighter lenses, reflection free lenses, Transitions® lenses, Drivewear® lenses and the newest progressive lenses.
Elegant and unique, designer eyewear from European-based Gold & Wood combines jewelry eyewear with modern funk.
Gold & Wood's unique frames are made from precious metals, exotic woods and buffalo horn.
The wood and horn come in a variety of shapes and colors; rosewood, ebony, bubinga and cherry. The laminated wood is hand crafted without glue producing a strong but flexible frame.
The double "F" icon of the renowned fashion house of Fendi has become synonymous with the finest in fashion and eyewear. Fendi continues to lead the fashion industry with their elegant, yet artful and whimsical sunwear designs. The use of mixed design elements such as leather, crystals and unusual etching techniques makes the Fendi frames stand apart from the competition.
Prada mixes contemporary luxury with innovative Italian style. Prada is a fashion leader, distinctive for high quality, forward fashion design and style, anticipating and setting trends across the world.
One of the most famous brands in the world, Gucci was originally founded by Guccio Gucci when he opened a small luggage and leather goods business in Florence, Italy in 1921. The brand grew out of its exceptional creativity, introducing items like the "Bamboo Bag", the trademark green-red-green web, and the legendary interlocking double "G" logo. In 1994, creative director Tom Ford infused the brand with a provocative design that resonated and solidified the brand's great importance in the modern fashion...