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Jimmy Choo Glasses

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Jimmy Choo Glasses

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Jimmy Choo is all about luxury. The handbags, shoes and other accessories made by the company are luxurious in the most obvious of ways. Their eyewear follows suit, and includes small details like bejeweled earpieces and shiny metal frames. Although some of their frames are made of acetate, and are of classic shapes and styles, there is something about them that shouts opulence, only without the extreme price tag.

Jimmy Choo was founded in Great Britain in Jimmy Choo, a shoe designer, and Tamara Mellon, who worked for Vogue at the time. They started with high heeled shoes and expanded to include leather handbags and wallets, as well as eyewear. Although neither of the founders is still with the company, their legacy lives on through the current designer Sandra Choi.

The sunglasses, prescription eyeglass frames and prescription sunglasses made by Jimmy Choo are solely for women. They are well-made and their classic, understated designs in mostly neutral colors are meant to be flattering on many different face shapes and sizes. Some of their frames are in colors like pink, orange, tortoiseshell and animal prints, but even then, they remain sedate and fashionable, mostly due to the use of small prints rather than large overwhelming ones. Vision Gallery sells a number of Jimmy Choo frames in many of these styles, colors and patterns.

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Update on Face Masks February 15, 2022

As per the Alberta College of Optometrists, “face masks are still required for all optometrists, staff, patients and other visitors to the clinic regardless of age”. 

The recent Premier’s announcement lifting the mask requirement for children 12 and under pertains to other locations such as schools, restaurants and gyms.  However, the City of Edmonton mask bylaw still stands.  Furthermore, optometry clinics are part of essential community health services. As such, the mask requirement in clinic has not changed. 

Patients with an official mask exemption must contact the clinic to arrange a safe time and space for their visit.

We will keep this page updated should Public Health Measures change in the future. 

 If you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to reach out to Dr. Julie Dien-Fong via email at: info.ne@thevisiongallery.ca.