RevolutionEYES studio allows patients to design custom glasses


RevolutionEYES launched an in-house studio for patients to design their own glasses. (Submitted photo)

By Heather Collins

RevolutionEYES is aiming to revolutionize the art of eyewear. The company is one of the first in the area to offer in-house, custom-design glasses.

Ashley Draheim, RevolutionEYES manager and optician, said having the ability to create and design custom glasses that fit perfectly is new to the eye industry.

RevolutionEYES launched Bespoke, a line of customizable eyewear in its in-house design studio, in October 2017 following a business remodel.

The studio offers five exclusive design lines. Patients can choose from an array of materials, including beta-titanium, Italian acetate and 100 percent eco-friendly wood frames. The lines also will have customizable options for lens shape, color, nose pads, finish and temple length.

“From a fashion standpoint, you really get to create something that’s uniquely yours,” Draheim said.

The lines include eco-friendly brand iGreen; British eyewear brand Tom Davies; FEB31st, which features ecologically harvested wood; women and children’s line Zenka; and the lightweight rimless line, Silhouette.

“Glasses are the one part of your clothing that you wear from the moment you wake up to the minute you go to bed, and it needs to fit perfectly,” Draheim said.

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