We are excited to announce the exclusive arrival of a new eyewear brand!
As well as providing our customers with great designer sunglasses and prescription glasses at great prices we are always looking to add to the portfolio of brands that we can offer, and now we have added an iconic British fashion brand to our range of frames.
Exclusively available to Designer Optiks customers, Mulberry prescription glasses now takes pride of place amongst our extensive brand offering.
Behind The Brand
An iconic British fashion brand with design headquarters in London led by Creative Director Johnny Coca, Mulberry has a strong heritage in leather goods and creates stylish, functional products for modern lives.
Originally a family-run business, today Mulberry is a global brand with more than 120 stores worldwide!
Mulberry has two factories in Somerset, England and is the largest manufacturer of luxury leather goods in the UK.
Mulberry today offers a unique point of view on heritage. They continue to celebrate the contradictions of a truly British identity, looking back to archives and rich British traditions and examining them from a new perspective. A sense of the past reinvented with the spirit of now. Heritage yet modern, classic, yet unclassic.
Celebrities Love Mulberry
Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, Blake Lively, Georgia May Jagger and Poppy Delevigne are amongst the most well-known celebrities that adore the Mulberry brand and are frequently spotted sporting a Mulberry accessory.
Each and every Mulberry prescription glasses frame can be strongly recognised thanks to its distinctive detailing and precious quality. Mulberry eyewear is a marriage which form light and colour and are shaped by the skilful hands of master craftsmen, using state of the art production processes. Mulberry eye wear breaks all the rules to create modern, contemporary styles.
We are truly excited to be able to exclusively introduce this iconic brand to our already vast range of top end designer brand prescription glasses.
Play with the classic, twist the conventional, use the familiar to make something inspiring and new.