Designed and crafted in Austria by three friends who strive to produce classic and contemporary frames for individuals. Each frame is handcrafted and sourced in Hartberg, Austria so our frames are not just pretty but durable and sustainable.
Eye Carumba Optometry offers more than 500 spectacle frames ranging from classical to contemporary designs. Prices range from approximately $150 to over $450. In addition to the frame lines indicated below, we can custom order a wide range of designer frames.
We can make custom clip-ons for all of our frames and any style of glasses you may have. Click on the links below to learn about the frame lines that we carry:
In a perfect match between past inspirations and futuristic suggestions, the Dior eyewear collection fascinates with sophisticated architectural lines and glamourous flair. Freedom is the motto, celebrating the perfect melt between contemporary design and feminine spirit.
A vintage frameline, Eyevan is known for its timeless design. For example, the temple design comes from French cutlery in the 1940s. We can see Japan's genuine crafsmanship and creativity reflected in each piece.
Created in Paris, FACE A FACE has become the contemporary reference in eyewear. Inspired by the boldness of modern art, the brand remains audacious and Avant-Garde while displaying a mastery of colours and expressions. Made for both men and women.
With passion for colours and subtle details, the new FACE A FACE collection is elegantly crafted and full of surprises. We explore the art of coloration and play
with elusive combinations between transparency, opaque and luxurious materials. The result are masterpieces which truly illustrate how personality can be defined by colour, reflections and sophisticated details. Be inspired and enchanted!
Freudenhaus One stands for One House of Joy. German engineering, German quality control, and German and Japanese manufacturing guarantee that you will receive a product of the highest quality and it is handmade, which means every frame is made by hand.
Born in Venice Beach and designed in LA: each frame is named after a Venice street and stamped with VC/CA 90291. We are influenced and inspired every day by the people, places and stories of California.
The French eyewear house Harry Lary’s offers original frames that combines creativity and elegance. Under the artistic direction of Thierry Lasry since 2002, the brand features retro-futurist shapes with an unconventional and timeless chic. Completely hand-made in France, this collection promises the best craftsmanship techniques and traditional know-how. Two collections are designed per year, each composed of 6 to 8 models.
iGreen is a unique product line which combines style and technology in an unprecedented collection! The new and revolutionary polymer at its core gives it flexibility, lightness and resistance which have never before been seen, offering sensational comfort. iGreen means style and is distinctively trendy and vibrant. The Chamaleo-ICG system and the interchangeable temples let you customize your glasses, playing with the colours and making them a truly personal accessory which is refined and elegant.
Jack Spade of New York City grew out of the idea that useful items could also be stylish. Good design solves a problem with straightforward solutions, using timeless and durable materials.
Known for its crisp color, graphic prints and playful sophistication, kate spade new york’s exuberant approach to the every day encourage personal style with a dash of incandescent charm.
KIO YAMATO OPTICS is luxury eyewear with sophistication and foresight, dedicated to superior quality and committed to exceptional customer service. With the timeless character of our products, we lay down the foundation for brand recognition worldwide. Kio translates as pure and clean. Yamato is a narrow plain situated near Kyoto and holds great archeological wealth, symbolizing eloquence, wisdom and grace.
Two friends opened their storefront on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles in 1979 with the idea of challenging the optical imagination. Original and often iconoclastic, these frames tout bold shapes, creative handling of materials and expressive use of color and are run in limited edition sequences.
Hailing from Soho, New York, Modo drives the eyewear industry’s effort in sustainability and social responsibility. For each frame sold, Modo gives free spectacles to those in need through their “Buy A Frame – Help A Child See” program.
Mykita's visionary use of surgical stainless steel incorporates no screws or sauter joints whatsoever. Winner of multiple design awards, these frames are also lightweight and durable. A key factor in the company’s success is its holistic business philosophy, which brings together expertise from all disciplines under a single roof.
Designed in Denmark to fit small, adult faces. We call it “Fine Facial Features”. The name Nifties means stylish and smart, something good and clever. The collection has a modern international look in contempoary shapes and colours and has designs in both masculine and feminine styles.
The weight of our frames, regardless of shape, color and material has always been just about 9 grams. Hence our name nine eyewear. Designed in Denmark and handcrafted in Japan, we wish to share our passion for the unpretentious. This basically means boiling things down to their essence and finding the right balance between form and functionality. Neither more nor less.
Established in 1975, Oakley is one of the leading product design and sport performace brands in the world with products that world-class athletes depend on to compete at the highest levels possible. The holder of more than 800 patents, Oakley is also known for its innovative lens technologies.
Prada represents the beset of Italian culture and tradition. At the same time, Prada is one of the most innovative, prestigious and widely recognized brands in the fashion and luxury goods industries, with a keep attention to detail and new trends. The Prada eyewear collection reflects this approach with unmistakable style, refined elegance and uncompromising quality.
Inspired by the aesthetics of sport and lifestyle, the frames of the Prada Linea Rossa eyewear collections reinterpret brand creativity through contemporary, avant-garde design. The result of skillful production techniques and advanced technologies, Prada Linea Rossa eyewear features sleek style with modern silhouettes that make the collection distinctive.
Founded in Denmark in 1073, this group of opticians has created a frame company to rival. The entire creative team is graduates from the Aarhus School of Architecture, accounting for the unique and clean designs of the frames. This frame line is inspired by key contemporary trends and made to be timeless and long lasting.
In the 1930s, US Air Force pilots were reporting that the glare from the sun was a hindrance. A new kind of glasses was introduced with green lenses tha could cut out the glare without obscuring vision, and the Ray-ban brand was born. Originator of the Aviator and Wayfarer, these are iconic, timeless styles.
Salt. Frames combine the best of custom materials and Japanese craftsmanship to create the finest in premium eyewear. Founded by two surfers who value The Sea, The Air, The Land and their Timeless connection, their mission is to capture nature in its beauty and detail.
Unique lightweight glasses from global market leader Silhouette based in Austria. We have a long tradition of producing classic and innovative eyewear that goes right back to 1964. Our production philosophy – with its craftsmanship and emphasis on manual work – is akin to that of a cottage industry. The result is unique eyewear that will delight and surprise you in terms of its innovation. Excellent design and high-quality materials create a clarity of design that expresses the individuality of the people who wear them.
A first-of-its-kind brand of luxury American eyewear proudly being manufactured in Chicago, USA. As such we celebrate the quality, character, and individual styele that make our handcrafted frames – like the people who wear them – so genuinely authentic, appealing, inspiring and original. Illinois is the 21st state of the United States of America, hence the 21 dots to the pyramid logo of State Optical.
This Swiss modular frame system ensures optimum vision and best wearing comfort. Made of a unique polymer also used in open heart surgery, the design and durability are top notch.
French designer, Thierry Lasry launched his eponymous sunglass line in late 2006. Raised in a highly creative environment by an optician as a father and a designer as a mother, Thierry Lasry went on to create a sunglass brand aimed at a certain Elite looking to distinguish themselves out of the crowd. Thierry Lasry sunglasses are based on the concept of ‘futuristic vintage’ fusing vintage inspirations with an updated, modern and avant-gardist touch. The sunglasses are all flat fronted, giving a futuristic twist to retro-inspired shapes.
The creative director of Gucci, Tom Ford created his own brand in 2005. A reflection of beauty and style, Tom Ford is the reflection of modern consumer desires.
Jean Vuarnet, a world class alpine skier, together with world-class optician Roger Pouilloux designed Vuarnet glasses showing innovation, quality and elegance. The official sponsor of the 1984 Olympics, Vuarnet is making a comeback in a big way with updated styles and technology, and a relaunch of the brand that world class athletes where worldwide.
What Our Patients Say
This is the type of retail experience you look forward to sharing with others. I was hoping upon hope that the folks here could help me. I had invested in a beautiful, pricey pair of prescription sunglasses a few years back. Then, the week before my visit, I had carelessly placed them on top of my car as I pulled out of a parking space. The glasses flew off the car and hit the ground violently. The lenses were OK, but the frames were severely bent. I brought the glasses into Eye Carumba, asking about a possible repair, expecting to pay a decent price. Sophia, the Eye Carumba employee, spent about 20 minutes in their lab making adjustments, coming back and having me try them on, until they felt just right. In the end, just 30 minutes after I arrived, I had a repaired pair of Paul Smith sunglasses that felt better and sturdier than the day I purchased them. And the charge? $0. I will definitely be coming back to Eye Carumba.