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We offer Essilor lenses to our customers who want the latest technology and premium products, with the highest level of vision.

Essilor is famous for the first varifocal invented in 1959 called Varilux. Today, more than 300 million people around the world wear, or have worn Varilux lenses, with statistics proving a new wearer every 3 seconds!

We are proud to offer Essilor lenses when shopping on our website for your new glasses or prescription sunglasses.


Please read our blog post to find out which Essilor lens and coating is best suited for your eyewear needs. If you require any more information, please email us at info@designerglasses.co.uk

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As the days get sunnier, why not treat yourself to a pair of fabulous designer prescription sunglasses? Look the part and protect your eyes at the same time.

Here at designerglasses.co.uk we offer you a great selection at some of the most competitive prices on the Internet.

Choose from our Prescription Sunglasses category or any optical frame.

Either can be glazed with tinted lenses, and you have the choice of choosing the darkness of the lens as well as an option of transition lenses which change colour with the level of sun.

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Many people don’t really think about eating to improve your eye health. Of course eating a healthy diet is good for your body and thus also good for your eyes. But there are specific foods that you can eat to target your eye health.

This is important, because our eyes are bombarded with blue light from our mobile phones and computers, as well as UV rays and radiation from sunlight. To counteract some of these effects, think about adding these five foods to your daily diet.

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A common mistake when purchasing a pair of spectacles is not spending enough time to choose the correct lens coating, yet this has probably the most important outcome to your eyesight. Lens Coatings affect the appearance, comfort, vision and most importantly the health of the eyes.

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Oliver Peoples eyewear started with the opening of their first boutique opticians on Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles in 1987. The founders had a vision of selling eyewear frames that were designed and made in the 'machine age' of the 1920's and 1930's. They began to acquire old unused stock from a liquidated company that had bought up frames from established American manufacturers such as American Optical and Bausch & Lomb. Both of these companies were renowned in the machinery and optical market at the time and supplied many American eyewear brands with eyeglasses.

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September is the big fashion month, with the so called ‘Big Four’ fashion events taking place. For 2019, the fall fashion season is kicked off with New York Fashion Week followed by London Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week and then closing out with the Paris Fashion Week.

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In this day and age, our eyes are working overdrive. Not only are our eyes being bombarded by various environmental factors, but many of us spend hours every day working on a PC or messaging on our phones or playing video games. Whatever it is, our eyes have to work hard all the time. So, why not use some natural remedies to help your tired eyes rejuvenate and relax. This will also help the long-term health of your eyes!

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With the summer holidays coming up, it may be time for the beach, the pool, travelling or just strolling around the city - time to wear sunglasses! It is also a time to perhaps spruce up your look and splurge for some new sunglasses. There are so many sunglasses out there and so many places to buy them, both on the high street and on the internet, how do you make sure that you are getting the real deal?

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Sun Awareness Week is a campaign spear-headed by the British Association of Dermatologists and is a way to get people to be aware of the potential harm too much exposure to the sun can have. This also means the skin around your eyes, which is actually much more sensitive to sun than the skin on the rest of your body. Also, everyone is aware that too much sun can be harmful to skin, but too much sun can also be harmful to your eyes.

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Wearing glasses is no longer a stigma. In fact, young people are wearing glasses, even if they don’t need them! Glasses are now a fashion statement. So, don’t worry about having to wear glasses. Also, there is such a wide range of eyewear to choose from, you don’t have to worry about looking old or boring! Glasses are now considered a fashion accessory, so why not choose the ones that make you look younger and fashionable or choose several glasses for different occasions.

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June 12th kicks of National Glaucoma Awareness Week, supported by the International Glaucoma Association (IGA). The goal is to increase general awareness of Glaucoma and the need for regular eye exams. Glaucoma is known as the ‘silent thief of sight’ because it gradually damages the optic nerve and if untreated can eventually lead to vision loss.

One of the reasons the IGA wants to increase the awareness of Glaucoma as the disease has no early warning signs or symptoms, which means that main means of detection is through regular eye exams. For many, by the time they have symptoms, it is too late to reverse the vision loss. This means that early detection is the key to treating Glaucoma. There is unfortunately no cure yet for Glaucoma.

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Summer is quickly approaching and it’s time get those sunglasses out. Perhaps, also a time to add something new, something trendy, something elegant or something whimsical? At Designer Glasses, we have something for every taste and style. Take a look at the new line-up of designer sunglasses on offer. Whether you are just upgrading your look or creating a new lone, this is the time to do it.

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Summer is on it's way which means wedding season is nearly upon us. There is lots to think about if you are a bride that wears glasses or even a guest who wants to make a special impression. There are many options for eyewear for weddings so choose a pair of frames that best suits your style and outfit.

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The new trend in consumer goods is ‘up-cycling’. What is up-cycling you ask? Up-cycling refers to using waste or unwanted materials into new materials or products. In other words, creative re-use. You probably have already seen products from the up-cycling trend, just didn’t know the term! Up-cycling is also now being incorporated into eyewear.

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The iconic Tiffany brand was founded in 1837 by Charles Tiffany and John Young. Originally the company sold stationery and later added jewellery to its product line-up. The Tiffany brand became widely known thanks to the mail order catalogue it launched in 1845. Using its now hallmark blue colour, the catalogue quickly became known as the ‘Blue Book’ and was widely sought after.

Even today, the blue Tiffany box, with its white ribbon is highly recognisable and epitomises style and sophistication. The classic movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Audrey Hepburn, has made no visit to New York complete without visiting the Tiffany & Co.’s headquarters building and shop on Fifth Avenue. 

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As we get older, our night time vision deteriorates. But don’t panic, there is eyewear that can help with that. Most people begin having trouble as the sunsets and when night time sets in and lights begin to glare. This is normal and usually not a problem for normal activities, but many people find that driving at night becomes difficult. 

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Born in Paris, France, in 1949, Philippe Starck has become one of the iconic designers of his time. Known for his architectural designs and industrially inspired designs, Starck actually began his career under the tutelage of French designer Pierre Cardin. 

Having studied interior architecture, so far, Starck has designed a vast and eclectic range of things, from hotels, to toothbrushes, to bathroom fixtures, to chairs, to sunglasses. And he will probably continue to design a wide range of products going forward. Probably Starck’s most iconic design is the spider- or alien-like citrus squeezer, called the Juicy Salif, which he designed for Alessi, an Italian kitchen and houseware company, back in the 1990s. This citrus squeezer became a must have for many modern kitchens around the world. His designs seem to transcend gender, age and nationality, which is one of the aspects that makes Starck’s deigns so popular.

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Summer is of course the best time to show off your sunglasses! There's nothing like getting into the fray with a new pair of sunglasses. There are lots of fun, funky, fashionable and flash frames to be seen in this year. Some designers have come up with new colours and bold shapes, while others have upgraded classic styles. August is a great time to update your look with a new pair of sunglasses. Here are some of the hottest styles available:

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European sunglass and eyewear designers have created leading international brands that rank among the top in the world. We stock a wide range of designer sunglasses by European designers and one surely to both fit your fashion needs, as well as budget. Here are some of the top European designers you should consider when buying your next pair of sunglasses:

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Some styles simply do not go out of fashion. For sunglasses it’s the ubiquitous Aviator sunglasses. Aviators were developed by Bausch & Lomb in the 1930s for American fighter pilots, to help them handle the increased glare from the sun which was making the pilots nauseous.

Planes were flying higher and faster than before and the existing goggles were no longer viable. Bauch & Lomb created and patented the Aviator sunglasses. 

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