Who is Gazal?

 
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Atlanta Eyewear Designer

 

Gazal is local Atlantan and an experienced Optician. Her work experience aided her in frame designs by not only assisting patients as an Optician, but also a Contact Lens Technician for films, A Contact lens designer, and custom eyewear designer. Her experience extends for over 15 years. Every bit of knowledge is used to help create the best looking, feeling, and functioning frame designs.


The Eye-Team

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When you choose Gazal eyewear you get service straight from the TOP. Gazal and Andy work seamlessly together designing, meeting other eye care owners and doctors, throwing trunk show parties, and meeting personally with patients on a day to day basis. There are two eyes in this team, actually four…!


Designed in Atlanta, Georgia & Hand Crafted in Fukuoka, Japan

 
This is where all the fun starts, each frame is hand drawn by Gazal. Each shape, lens, name, and fit is carefully planned out.

This is where all the fun starts, each frame is hand drawn by Gazal. Each shape, lens, name, and fit is carefully planned out.

With decades of experience handcrafting eyewear. The Japanese have mastered the art of fine eyewear.

With decades of experience handcrafting eyewear. The Japanese have mastered the art of fine eyewear.

 

A minimum of one year is needed to craft each pair of glasses.  The joy of wearing Gazal Eyewear makes it well worth the wait. Each style is created as a small batch so less than 100 of each frame color is made to order. This gives you a unique design that you won’t see every person wearing.  

Each design is made in Japan from unique materials such as Italian acetate, Japanese Titanium, and German hinges. 

Gazal personally tests out each pair of glasses before it's released.  The durability, comfort, and shapes are worn and pushed to their limits for months to ensure that you are able to enjoy the maximum benefits.


“Eyewear That Defines You”

Eyewear is an art form that exhibits our sense of self outwardly for the world to see.  The eyes are the gateway to the soul and gives insight to the world on how we want to be defined. 

In other words, Life is just too short to wear ugly glasses.