Wearable Reading Glasses Brand, CotiVison™, – Has Just Launched Their BRAND NEW Male Model, LUCCA

Wearable reading glasses brand, CotiVision™, – has just launched their BRAND NEW male model, called LUCCA.

Handmade in Italy from recycled materials, LUCCA was named after the romantic Tuscan city. The polished beads are hand-strung, and the new collection comes in three colours: matt blue, matt brown, and matt black. The exciting new collection will make its’ worldwide debut with the brand’s launch into Hassan’s Opticians, and Eye Boutique stores throughout Dubai and Kuwait.

Reading glasses are not usually a permanent feature, and in most cases (and for most people), they’re continuously taken on and off throughout the day. For instance, if you’re out for the evening, they might only be needed (and used) for reading a menu, and then they’re removed again: an inconvenience for many.

CotiVision™ makes stylish, sophisticated and wearable reading glasses, – that are always available at your fingertips: in the form of an innovative, ‘necklace-and-glasses’ combo. All CotiVision™ glasses-chains are designed to be worn as eyewear chains, mask chains and standalone necklaces. The necklace(s) can be detached from the frame, and worn independently as a standalone item, and they’re available in a wide array of colours.

The brand was Founded by Nancy Gries in 2015, with Julie Hawkins becoming a joint-owner in 2019. The duo has built up an impressive background in the optical industry, when it comes to sales and marketing for optical frames and sunglasses.

We both reached the age where we needed reading glasses, but we couldn’t find anything on the market that met our needs or personalities. And so we thought: why do they need to be worn around the face, when they can be simply worn as a necklace around the neck, and lifted when needed like a magnifier? And how cool would it be to be able to convert the chain to other colours to mix and match the look?” the duo said.

Since their launch, CotiVision™ has been featured in various newspapers and magazines, such as in The Guardian, Harper’s Bazaar, and more.

You can find out more here: www.cotivision.com