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Throughout January, Concept would like to wish you a Happy New Year. That’s why we’ll be offering free single vision lenses at both of our clinics. Whether you fancy a Tom Ford, an Orgreen or an Oliver Peoples, we will provide you with a pair of our high-quality lenses without any charge whatsoever.

Concept is proud to offer the highest quality lenses in the optics field through our supplier Zeiss. You can find out a bit more about lenses here.

Our frames are of an equally high caliber. We stock the latest in designer eyewear, ranging from the classic Tom Ford to lesser known ranges like Cutler and Gross or Vinylize. Take a look at a handful that we’ve selected below.

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The Vinylize Valent is described by its designers as “the frames Clark Kent would have considered wearing”. To us, that means the Valent is a frame for modern superheroes. This is a frame for the deadline-crunchers, late-nighters and working fathers among us, handcrafted from a 7” single in Budapest. 

The frame’s design reflects this: a balanced body dips into a dropped bridge. It is surprising, yet strong – a perfect hymn to the unassuming power, ingenuity and stability of its subject. Made from 100% recycled materials, Valent will hit the spot for those of us who like to keep our heroics disguised.

Of course, if you happen to be able to fly then they might come in handy too. We couldn’t think of a better way to fit in at The Daily Planet if we tried.

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TOM N.11

The N.11 is a bold, experimental frame. Here, Tom Ford make use of black acetate and a slim amount of metal and real horn to produce a piece of eyewear that may even look a little bit alien. Whilst certainly an acquired taste, the result is stunning: a frame for all of us that still believe in an avant-garde of design.

With its wide aviator lenses and its signature “missing” bridge, the N.11 is one for sharper face types. A little bit top heavy in design, it works perfectly for a diamond or an oblong face shape, accentuating the definition of features and rounding them off elegantly. 

All in all, the N.11 is an absolutely gorgeous frame. Whilst it draws upon certain staples of the Tom Ford brand, it deviates a little from their classic frames and brings new design sensibilities to the fore.

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Oliver Peoples never fail to hit the mark and Overstreet is no exception. It is, however, just that little bit extra special.

Described as “an intellectual optical design”, Overstreet is what happens when you combine the classic, west coast design sensibilities of Oliver Peoples with a little bit of colour. Overstreet comes in three different shades: antique gold, antique pewter and brushed silver. Each of these designs makes pragmatic use of its namesake to produce pieces of unrivalled simplicity, vitality and elegance.

This is largely due to the frame’s design itself. Whilst Oliver Peoples leave space to include their signature lens look, Overstreet is compact. It’s also surprisingly durable, with three-barrel hinges offering some support to thin metal and acetate. To top it off each pair comes with an engraving unique to the frame.

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