CMS 2000 Wins 'Frame of the Year' Award
Eyespace are celebrating further award success, as show-stopping sunwear model, Cocoa Mint 2000, has been named 2016 Frame of the Year.
Launched in November 2015, the Cocoa Mint Sunwear brand is iconically British and effortlessly stylish, providing independent opticians with a choice of stunning fashion-forward designs that are pure in style.
CMS 2000 sets new standards for both the practitioner and the wearer, as the Optician Awards judging panel recognised, describing the iconic statement piece as “looking great and supported well in practice. A product whose quality defies its price-point”.
Perfectly positioned in an age of over oversized sunglasses, CMS 2000 has a truly designer finish, featuring a high-gloss black cut-out eyefront that sits perfectly ‘on the pulse’ of today’s fashion trends, alongside striking gold temples, subtly embossed with the Cocoa Mint logo. The frame is provided with a branded glossy hard case, lens cloth and box that more than exude their worth and complete the catwalk experience.
Joint Managing Director of Eyespace, Jayne Abel, who heads-up product and marketing for the multi-award winning organisation, told us:
“We are proud that CMS 2000 is Frame of the Year. The future of successful product lies in the hands of passionate people and this award is testament to the dedication our designers hold in delivering both fashion and form to the independent optician. We are an incredibly proactive team, and on this occasion allowed ourselves time to develop what we believe is an exceptional premiere collection. We have been proven right to wait until we had the perfect designer quality offering. Feedback and sales from our customers has been unprecedented, who tell us the supporting imagery and merchandising tools have really added ‘wow-factor’ within the practice.”
Striving to meet all practice needs, Eyespace are highly passionate about extremely competitive pricing, designer-led merchandising and product designs of a quality that will bring customers back to the independent optician time and time again.