Brooks Brothers eyeglasses frames blend traditional looks into a modern style with a sleek and slender silhouette. Their eyeglass frames are all made from durable, lightweight plastic or metal and they combine the elegant styling and classic design that you can count on just as many other generations have
counted on and have been faithful to with Brooks Brothers. Brooks Brothers eyeglasses are the perfect accessory and complement to any Brooks Brothers wardrobe.
You will find a select and complete line of Brooks Brothers eyeglasses designed specifically for men, women, and uni-sex Brooks Brothers frames, Brooks Brothers eyeglasses, and also Brooks Brothers sunglasses.
The design, production, and worldwide distribution of Brooks Brothers prescription frames and sunglasses is by the Luxottica group, which is the leader in premium fashion, luxury and sports eyewear. With Prescription Brooks Brothers eyeglass frames, you can choose from oval, rectangle, and modified oval shapes in full rims or half rims. Brooks Brothers also offers sunglasses available with manufacturer tinted, nonprescription lenses and unlike many other designer's brands, Brooks Brothers sunglasses are very moderately priced. The Brooks Brothers family of eyeglasses bring together the truly distinctive features of this all American brand's tradition and style. The Brooks Brothers family of eyewear are an iconic classic style, offering superior functionality along with light weight design. You can select your Brooks Brothers sunglasses and prescription eyeglasses for women or men whenever you are ready to express a stylish refinement through the contemporary updates of classic, stylish eyeglass frame designs anytime at http://eyeglasses.com. Brooks Brothers is America's oldest line of luxury men's clothing. Headquartered in Manhattan, they began in 1818 starting out as a small family business. Claudio Del Vecchio now owns the company and has recently introduced a luxury line of women's clothing. On April 7, 1818, Henry Sands Brooks opened his first store at the age of 45 in Manhattan under the guiding principle of "making and dealing in merchandise only of the finest quality, sell it for a fair profit, and deal with people who want and appreciate the highest quality merchandise." In 1833, his four sons, Elisha, Daniel, Edward and John would inherit the family business and in 1850 they would change the name of the company from H. & D. H. Brooks & Co. to Brooks Brothers. In the early years, they introduced the" ready to wear" suit to their American customers and this would make them very well known and popular. Read More