We’re not a glasses company; we’re an eye care company.When you love what you do, you can do anything. Each year, we help over one million people see more clearly.We help them see the blackboard and succeed at school.We help them look good at their first job interview, and walk with confidence.We help them read to their children. Then watch their children learn to read.We help them continue to live a full life, keeping their freedom a little longer.We know good vision makes life easier, and that you need different solutions for different days. It’s our job to help find those solutions because eyes are special, delicate things that need to be cherished and well cared for.We are about giving a personal recommendation when needed, insightful advice when necessary. We care about building long-term relationships that go beyond a transaction. We care about the people behind the eyes. We care about being a great partner, by getting to know what matters to customers most. We know that seeing clearly is a precious gift we should never take for granted.We are driven by what we love. And we love to help people see.
Impress her this Mother’s Day with a tasty homemade brekky.
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, you may be wondering how to celebrate your loved ones. Why not create a gift from the heart that will also satisfy their sweet tooth?
Spontaneously fly to Seminyak on a Thursday. Enjoy a quick breakfast at Sea Circus. With its minimalist décor and menu full clean eats, it’s become a favourite of locals and visitors alike. Try the ricotta pancakes and red fruit pancake, you won’t be worry!
We all know Paris, La Tour Eiffel, Les Champs Elysees, le pain au chocolat, The Lourve. But there’s a quiet, understated, unforgettable Paris that not many know. Here are our recommendations for discovering the Paris that few ever dare to explore.
Welcome to LA, the city of angels, green juice and celebrities! Every time we go to LA, we discover a new borough, a new favourite eatery and an almost comical pull to relocate.
If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere.. That’s what they say, and here are our tips to make it in NYC even if it’s just for a week.
If you’re like us, season after season, we love to clean out our wardrobe and get it back down to those classics that we can wear time and time again.
Lusso Tapas is a polished but cheerful place for Mediterranean snacks that’s been a favourite dinner spot in the dinner community for years. The menu is extensive, the dishes delicious yet reasonably priced and the wait staff unpretentious.
Seoul Street Food opened by master chef, Jay Yun and food connoisseur, Helen Jin offers fresh dishes with flavour splashed on with vigour in a street vendor style that you can normally only find in Korea.
What can we say, every once in a while you need a haircut and a drink! The café-barbershop is a growing trend, a place to get a reasonably priced haircut, catch your breath and grab a coffee or some tucker.