This small, intimate eyeglasses store sells fashionable glasses and sunglasses. They also carry an extensive collection of contact lenses, and you can come here for accurate eye measurements. The collection consists mostly of fashionable and remarkable models by mostly small, exclusive brands who focus only on eyewear. Still, you mustn’t think that exclusivity must always be expensive. Here, you’ll find quality at an affordable price. They are also very flexible here: if you have a busy job and need to come outside of business hours, this isn’t a problem. The store is open by appointment too.
The choices are overwhelming. Will you go for a super trendy frame, or perhaps a classic model? Without good help, you’re nowhere. The staff loves to make sure not only that the glasses fit well, but whether they are truly a match for you. The customer base consists of fashionable individuals with a unique style. The environment is a lovely mix of cultures, which you can see in the diverse customer base as well.
Upon entering, it’s as if you entered the sixties. The store breathes vintage. Many typical elements of yore are on display, and the base made of teak and black metal completes it. The atmosphere is cozy and homely. This is obviously more than an optometrist. The are around the store is intimate as well, with many small and creative store owners and restaurants/cafes. You’ll find a healthy mixture of stores, homes, and businesses here. Finding the store is easy, as it’s easily accessible by car and public transport.
In the basement of Blick brillen you can find a nice selection of vintage clothing (m/f), bags, etc. from Vintage & Labels by Hendrikus and a small selection of vintage furniture. Stay up-to-date on the store’s latest developments via Twitter and Facebook.
Among others: Suzy Glam, Garrett Leight, Reiz, Coblens, Willems Eyewear, Super Retro Future, Dick Moby, Salt Optics, ic! berlin en Yellows Plus.