Kicking Off Spring with Dior Eyewear
This spring, why not treat yourself to a new pair of luxury glasses or sunglasses from Dior eyewear? As we welcome in the warmer weather, a pair of quality sunglasses will soon be essential. If you’d prefer to spoil yourself with some new frames for everyday wear, our team can help you pick out the best pair of Dior prescription glasses to suit your taste and needs. What’s so amazing about Dior eyewear? Let’s take a closer look at this luxury brand.
History of Dior
Created in 1946 by designer Christian Dior, the French brand revolutionised women’s fashion at the time. Dedicated to cutting-edge design and elegant femininity, the Parisian Maison quickly went from strength to strength, adding accessories, footwear, fragrances, and eyewear to its collection.
Dior was an instant success in fashion, winning the support of Carmel Snow, editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar. The ‘New Look’, a term coined by Snow, provided a unique silhouette, glamorous and daring. It wasn’t long before Dior became a highly-respected fashion empire, loved by royalty and celebrities.
Eyewear by Dior
Dior licensed out the production of glasses in the 1950s and since then the name has been synonymous with high-fashion, high-quality eyewear for the elite. Dior has always managed to seamlessly combine tradition with modernity and the current eyewear collection is no different. Cutting-edge and contemporary, yet timeless and elegant, Dior frames have to be seen to be appreciated.
It’s not just about looks, though. Every aspect of a pair of Dior glasses or sunglasses screams luxury. The materials used, the expert build, the embellishments – all come together to create a wearable work of art. Striking and sophisticated, a pair of Diors will enhance any personal collection.
Browse the collection
If you’re looking for Dior prescription glasses or Dior sunglasses in London, here at OPTIX Opticians at Broadgate, we have a wide range available for you to view in our practice. Why not contact us to book an appointment to browse the collection, or stop by if you’re in the area?