Chanel. Just the one word is enough to bring to mind images of timeless beauty, classic style, and groundbreaking fashion. Chanel means many things to many people, but to us, it means flawless style.
Even pushed back on Anne Hathaway’s head, her Chanel 5012′s make a statement.
Britney saves a bad hair day with an awesome shield frame.
Dita Von Teese has such a wonderful vintage style that Chanel works perfectly to compliment. Here she is in her 4180s.
The former Mrs. Woods also has a perfect Chanel frame for her style, sporty but elegant.
Jennifer Love Hewitt uses her Chanel model 5138 to channel Holly Golightly.
Jenny McCarthy, one of our staff favorites, also loves Chanel. In this picture, she’s being styled here at SF Optics by our very own Alex Feldman.
Now for our suprise guest, Lady GaGa. She may not be the most obvious Chanel wearer, but she coaxes a new vibe from a classic frame.
Coco Chanel really knew what she was doing all those years ago, and her legacy has been continued by the wonderful designers that do her work today. For any style, classic and understated, or edgy and fierce, Chanel has a perfect frame. Come see the entire collection, including all the new Fall 2011 styles, at our Private Fitting this Saturday, October 22, 2011.
We had the pleasure of doing a private after hours eyewear styling consultation with Jenny McCarthy! Not that she needs any introduction, but Jenny McCarthy is a model, actress, comedian, author, and a prominent activist for autism and parenthood – she’s a Mommy Warrior!
Jenny McCarthy started as a model for Playboy, quickly rising to fame and becoming both a Playmate of the Month and Playmate of the Year. She hosted the popular MTV dating show ‘Singled Out’ and the MTV sketch comedy show ‘The Jenny McCarthy Show’. And, Jenny McCarthy is a New York Times bestselling author, recently having released her newest book ‘Love, Lust & Faking It: The Naked Truth About Sex, Lies, and True Romance’. We have to say, the book is hilarious!
During her private visit, Alex Feldman styled Jenny McCarthy into a pair of Chanel sunglasses (model 5185 color 11013b), a pair of prescription Chanel eyeglasses (model 3135 color C502) and a pair of prescription Robert Marc eyeglasses (model 206sm color 027). She looked absolutely stunning!
SF Optics was invited to a special seminar / trade show event hosted by Luxottica, the largest company in the eyewear industry. They bring you the biggest designer labels in sunglasses and eyeglasses such as Chanel, Prada, Ray-Ban, and Persol.
Alex Feldman interviewed Pierre Fay, the Executive Vice President of Wholesale North America for Luxottica. He discusses the future trends of Designer Eyewear and what is to come for 2010.
And yes, we’ll make sure Alex leaves his gum at home next time
On April 3rd, 2009, Examiner.com did a feature on us written by Dino-Ray Ramos. Check it out:
All Eyes on SF Optics
The streets of the Marina have a small town feel with eclectic charm that still resonates the aura of San Francisco. On a nice day, this is, by far the place to be – and what better way to enjoy a sunny day in the Marina than with a nice pair of sunglasses (or a pair of regular spectacles at that) from SF’s swanky boutique of specs, SF Optics.
The name of the shop may sound like an ordinary place to get some shades, but don’t let the name fool you. Under the tutelage of Alex Feldman, SF Optics has the fashionable mainstays in the world of glasses (Chanel, Gucci, Robert Marc, Prada, Marc Jacobs), but they up the ante and then some with pieces that are unique and will rest on your head with style.
Brands like Gold & Wood combine a sense of nostalgia with urban flair via frames made out of actual wood. But it’s the Ete glasses that will pull you in, the frames encase feathers – yes you heard that right – FEATHERS. But don’t worry, no birds were harmed in making the glasses.
If these uber-chic glasses aren’t your cup of tea SF Optics has a buffet of specs you can choose from including in-vogue Ray Ban wayfarers and aviators of all types (a necessity in everyone’s accessory arsenal). Their newest Oliver Peoples collection is indeed the hot item of the moment. Modeled by their newest poster gal Zooey Deschanel, the new line is sealed with a kiss by the actress – literally. Each pair has a “kiss” from the beautiful Zooey.
San Francisco Optics has been recognized as one of the leading optical stores
in the Bay Area, servicing all of the following locations:
San Francisco County: The Marina, Nob Hill, Noe Valley, Haight Street,
Sunset, Richmond, Inner Sunset, Castro, Mission District, Financial
District, Fisherman's Wharf, North Beach, Pacific Heights, Laurel
Heights, Fillmore, Chinatown, Union Square, SOMA, South Beach, Polk
Street, Russian Hill, South of Market.
North County: Marin, Napa County, Solano County, Fairfield, Martinez, Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, Alcatraz, Belvedere,
Carmel Valley. Peninsula: Half Moon Bay, San Mateo, Redwood City,
Santa Clara County, Palo Alto, Woodside, Portola Valley, Atherton,
Foster City, Mountain View, Hillsborough, Menlo Park, Stanford, San
Bruno, San Mateo, San Carlos, South San Francisco, Burlingame, Colma,
Daly City, Brisbane, Belmont, Pacifica, Veo Optics, Bay Area Glasses, Sunglasses in
San Francisco, Celebrity Glasses in SF, Celebrity Eyewear. East Bay:
Emeryville, Oakland, Berkeley, Fremont, Richmond, Moraga, Lafayette,
Orinda, Walnut Creek, Concord, Danville, Diablo, Walnut Creek, Pittsburg,
Antioch, Hayward, Castro Valley, Union City, Newark, El Cerrito,
Piedmont, Livermore Valley. San Jose and Silicon Valley: Santa Clara,
Milpitas, Cupertino, Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, Mountain View, San Jose.
West Coast, Midwest, East Coast: New York: Manhattan, Brooklyn, New York City; Florida, Philadelphia, Chicago, Illinois, Arizona, Las Vegas, Nevada, Washington, Texas.
Worldwide: Canada, London, England, Italy, France, Israel, Mexico, Germany, Sweden, and more.