Integrative Vision has a mission to be forward thinking and environmentally conscious with brands that have a story.
What if we told you there are companies out there that make glasses and sunglasses which protect your eyes, are fashion forward, and are eco-friendly all at the same time? These brands use their products as a vehicle to make this world a little bit of a better place and we are proud to be an outlet to feature their missions and stories. When you see the wonderful work being done by these sustainable brands, it is hard to justify purchasing a pair of sunglasses anywhere else.
We believe that change always starts from a small step and at Integrative Vision that small step has already begun.
Our Featured Brands:
A product of coastal California, SALT. is a premium eyewear brand dedicated to timeless style and effortless beauty. Since its founding in 2006, SALT. has always sought to create eyewear that reflects the Golden State’s natural beauty, drawing inspiration from the sandy beaches, snow-capped mountains, and pristine deserts of the brand’s California home.
ECO® was “born recycled” in 2009, with the start of the program ONE FRAME – ONE TREE, in partnership with the NGO Trees for the Future. Since then, ECO® has donated and planted a tree for every frame sold. So far, ECO® has planted over 2 million trees!
“We have a responsibility to leave the world a better place than how we found it. Together with Trees for the Future, ONE FRAME – ONE TREE is making a positive impact not only on the environment, but for the people.”– Alessandro Lanaro, CEO MODO
Upholding the highest standard of excellence, OVVO Optics has been creating high performance, technologically advanced eyewear since 1980. Family owned and hand-crafted from our facility in Poland, OVVO frames undergo 85 steps of meticulous craftsmanship, ensuring every pair meets the rigorous demands of the modern customer.
With three generations worth of expertise, gained over the course of more than 70 years, this family legacy, refined by and renowned for its dedication, its passion and its efforts, is now a worldwide driving force in the sunglasses industry in the form of Etnia Barcelona.
COSTA Del Mar
Founded in 1961, Yves Saint Laurent is one of the most prominent fashion houses of the 20th century. Originally a House of Haute Couture, Yves Saint Laurent revolutionized modern fashion in 1966 with the introduction of luxury ready-to-wear under the name Saint Laurent Rive Gauche.
Porsche Design eyewear stands for innovation, quality and uniqueness. The timeless purist collection is precisely made of high quality materials by Rodenstock. The focus is on titanium as a material for frames – the epitome of outstanding stability, lightness and performance.
KATE SPADE New York
Inspired by a timeless chic style, the Kate Spade collection recalls the 60s and their influence is seen in both the design and the colours. The ophthalmic sunglass lenses contain many of the fine and distinctive details of the bags and accessories from this brand, with audacious yet sophisticated collections as well as very attractive and easy to wear shapes and typically feminine colours.
Longchamp was founded in 1946 by Jean Cassegrain and today it is the epitome for Parisian style and allure. The eyewear collection takes advantage of French heritage but it also winks at Le Pliage’s dynamism. It is the ideal choice for woman with a self-confident and feminine attitude.
Predecessor of trends, Tom Ford has long been a style icon who continues to lead and mold the mood of the moment. A potent vision of modernity and glamorous allure can be seen in all his creations and products, which feature an innovative and provocative design, attention to detail and exclusive materials and workmanship.
Lilly Pulitzer is the originator of American Resort wear. A Lilly is defined by bright color and wild print. The eyewear collection features these hand-drawn prints, along with chic, feminine shapes and styling.
Original Penguin is an iconic American clothing line with roots in the Rat Pack era of the 1950’s. The brand catapulted back into fashion in 2000, when young men demanded that their favorite stores restock the golf shirt that originally made the brand famous.