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EYE STYLES

Going Back to School!

Lindberg

Thanks to the extreme flexibility and strength of the titanium wire, the LINDBERG kid/teen frames are so strong that they will hardly ever cause any problems. Children barely feel the glasses, thanks to their lightness, flexibility and adaptability. LINDBERG kid/teen is also hypoallergenic as the frames are nickel-free. www.lindberg.com

Viva International Group

The SKECHERS Eyewear Summer 2011 collection features four new optical styles for girls. A flower and butterfly detail playfully accents a metallic logo banner on the handmade acetate temples of Model SK 1502, which also features a metal front in satin finishes, including blush, teal, plum and violet. www.vivagroup.com

REM Eyewear

The handmade Lucky Kid collection features color conscious acetate or metal, providing durability for kids and tweens on the move. Every frame sports signature details, including Lucky Brand’s four-leaf clover on temple tips, “Lucky” logo on the temple, and "Lucky Me" hidden on the inside for a bit of cheekiness. www.remeyewear.com

Hilco

“Little Ones” from the Leader® Collection feature thin plastic frames in attractive colors. The styles include a wide flared saddle bridge appropriate for the child’s nasal fit and the cable tips feature a comfortable, no pinch design. Low profile spring hinges reduce temple thickness without compromising safety and durability. Each frame comes with a free Gund® bear. www.hilco.com

Kenmark

Lilly Pulitzer Girls offers grown-up shapes for little girls. Frames are available in an assortment of Lilly Pulitzer’s signature colors and feature limited edition prints and laser etched patterns. The shapes are fun and the frames burst with color and excitement. Perfect for the little Lilly lover. www.kenmarkoptical.com

Revolution Eyewear

The new Wizards of Waverley Collection features 5 dazzling styles WWP002-WWP006. Lightweight frames composed of zyl and metal equipped with European spring hinges. Temples are embellished with creative designs depicting the image of the show with additions such as engravings, screenings, metallic epoxy and Swarovski crystals. Colors will include Matte Light and Dark Brown, Matte Pink, Matte Burgundy, just to name a few. www.revolutioneyewear.com

Zyloware

Peace.Love.Daisy 409 features a full rim metal front and an open metal endpiece. The modified rectangular frame is light on the face and compliments all face shapes. The metal temple features a peace symbol near the endpiece as well as a charming design of cutout and epoxy-filled hearts. The zyl temple tips and spring hinges provide additional comfort. www.zyloware.com

Clariti Eyewear

Design meets practicality, at a parent-friendly price: Clariti Eyewear introduces a new take on memory metal frames with our Konishi Flex-Titanium kid's line. Lightweight yet durable, they're available in over 100 styles, at unbeatable prices. So every kid can have a pair to flatter their face -- and Mom or Dad's pocketbook! www.claritieyewear.com

LBI Eyewear

The Shrek & Friends Eyewear collection embodies fit, durability, quality and comfort, for both girls and boys that are ogre-tough. Ginger is metal-plastic combination frame, with laser–cut engraving ogre head design. Ginger is available in sizes 44-17-120 mm and 46-17 -125, in colors Black, Blue and Brown. All Shrek frames are designed for children with ages ranging from three to ten years old. www.lbieyewear.com

Kliik denmark

KL-450 is a stainless steel, tween-teen frame with a full rim vintage profile available in a blend of intriguing color combinations such as purple coral, red putty, brown blue and black lime. This model is available in size 49-17-135. www.kliik.com

Modern Optical

Modz Kids frames are the answer to parents looking for durability and affordability. Kids love the frames for their cool styles and vibrant colors, not to mention their comfort. Modz Kids is a very wise choice for active youth! www.modernoptical.com

Peeps Eyewear

Peeps Eyewear makes glasses fun and creates eyewear children love and won't want to take off. The company provides optical quality frames, motivational storybooks and dress-up accessories for preschool children. Peeps dress-up eyewear and accessories enable visually impaired pre-school children to correct their vision and have fun. www.peepseyewear.com

FGX International

The Body Glove Boys optical collection offers sporty, playful designs that provide form, fit and function combined with total comfort for today’s sport-minded youth. FGX’s Back to School promotion will include a six-piece miniature surfboard display, a Body Glove branded beach towel, and a Body Glove branded backpack to merchandise the collection. www.FGXoptical.com

Baby Banz

Baby Banz sunglasses are constructed with polycarbonate frame and UV400 lenses, a neoprene wrap style strap, are Rxable, come in 24 cool colors and fit ages 0-5 years. Doctors who choose to giveaway Baby Banz in their practice will now receive press and free frames! Contact us for details. usa.babybanz.com

Liberty Sport

F8 Slam Style - Since sports eyewear is fast becoming standard sports gear – it’s important to follow the same new color trends as the sports industry, but still make sure it is wearable. For this Back to School season we are introducing Shiny Navy with Bright Green over mold and Shiny Grey with Red/Orange over mold. All F8 frames come with a semi-rigid eyeglass case and cleaning cloth. www.libertyoptical.com

Trevi Coliseum Eyewear

Cotton Club Teen Model #215 is constructed of the highest quality materials with Mazzucchelli Zyl and spring temples for added comfort and durability. Backed by a two year warranty, these Italian made frames are available in 3 youthful colors, Black, Blue and Pink. Sold exclusively in North America by National Lens. www.national-lens.com

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