Eye Carumba Optometry offers more than 800 spectacle frames ranging from classical to contemporary designs. Prices start at $150 and go up. In addition to the frame lines indicated below, we can custom order a wide range of designer frames.
We can also make custom clip-ons for all of our frames or any style of glasses you may have. Click on the links below to learn about the frame lines that we carry:
AHLEM was launched in 2014 by Parisian-born, Los Angeles-based designer, Ahlem Manai-Platt. Following ten years in fashion Manai-Platt saw her future in perfect vision.
Enhanced attention to detail and an abiding obsession with arts and culture—notably the timeless beauty of the early 20th century Bauhaus movement—guides the design process of AHLEM. The brand exists at the focal point of quality craftsmanship and simplicity.
Inspired by the architecture, energy, and effortlessly undone éclat of the people of Paris, AHLEM is an ongoing exploration of eyewear that wonderfully mingles the understated elegance of Parisian style with the laidback nature of Venice Beach.
In the world of spectacles, the frames created by Anne et Valentin distinguish themselves from others at first glance. Far from the norms fixed by the optical universe, Anne et Valentin glasses have conceived playful, brightly hued models that are whimsical, yet crafted with all the care imaginable.
The Anne & Valentin brand was born in Toulouse. “Made In France” is a moral commitment. The company has been working with the same factories located in the French Jura mountains since they started, 30 years ago, aside from a few titanium models that we manufacture in Japan, because the very best titanium is Made in Japan.
Founded in 1945 by Céline Vipiana, CÉLINE is a French, ready-to-wear frameline. Known to serve a wonderfully minimalist, no fuss aesthetic that resonates with the modern day working woman, CÉLINE evokes a classic chic in every frame they produce.
Created in Paris, FACE A FACE has become the contemporary reference in eyewear. Inspired by the boldness of modern art, the brand remains audacious and Avant-Garde while displaying a mastery of colors and expressions. Made for both men and women. With passion for colors and subtle details, the new FACE A FACE collection is elegantly crafted and full of surprises. The result are masterpieces which truly illustrate how personality can be defined by color, reflections and sophisticated details.
FEB31st is an Italian firm whose story is based on the vision and tenacity of three entrepreneurs and has grown and spread throughout the world. With all of these frames being custom made, its founders wanted a reliable form of light manufacturing, open to innovation and flexible in the face of change. Respecting the environment, the workers, their skills and the relevant financial processes are some of the top priorities for this specific frame line.
Born in Venice Beach and designed in LA, each frame is named after a Venice Street. As a frame line, Garrett Leight is influenced and inspired every day by the people, places and stories of California. Focused on your own style, these frames are handmade and finished with the finest materials and processes by the best eyewear makers in the world.
At Gold & Wood, everything starts with a drawing… Then comes the careful selection of wood species, according to their nobility, their rarity and the emotion they inspire. From the sketch to the frame, dozens of technical steps will follow each other to give life to each Eyepiece. Gold & Wood, a reference in terms of innovation and craftsmanship, constantly reinvents itself by embedding precious wood species, natural silk, carbon fiber, water buffalo horn, and solid gold and diamonds their eyewear.
The French eyewear house Harry Lary’s offers original frames that combines creativity and elegance. Under the artistic direction of Thierry Lasry since 2002, the brand features retro-futurist shapes with an unconventional and timeless chic. Completely hand-made in France, this collection promises the best craftsmanship techniques and traditional know-how. Two collections are designed per year, each composed of 6 to 8 models.
KALA is well known for perfectly round glasses, a minimal aesthetic, and recreating iconic styles from the past. KALA acetate frames are handmade in California with premium, raw acetate materials imported from Japan and Italy. They cut and polish each frame by hand and have been doing so in California for more than 25 years. KALA's metal frames are all skillfully crafted by metallurgic artisans in a luxury factory in Japan. The details in the designs are kept simple. For the “round shape” wearers, the choices for acetate, metal, sizes and colors are the most in the eyewear industry.
Created by a brother and sister duo, Kirk & Kirk is a unique company that has developed their own acrylic, from which they create a unique colour palette. They develop confident, impressive eyewear, that is light in weight and beautifully comfortable to wear.
Acrylic is an extremely durable, lightweight material that won’t lose adjustment or stretch over time. An endless array of colour is possible through acrylic that you will not find in other collections, allowing complete design freedom. The frames benefit from German five-barrelled hinges, strengthening each frame with the comfort of integral nose pads.
Original, often iconoclastic, and always invigorating, eyeglasses designed by l.a.Eyeworks are immediately recognized for their bold shapes, imaginative handling of materials, and expressive use of color. Although l.a.Eyeworks have graced the faces of celebrities, performers, artists, and athletes, the deeper intention is for you to find a frame that conforms to no fashion sensibility but your own.
A face is like a work of art. It deserves a great frame.
LINDBERG eyewear tells the world you subscribe to a different way of thinking, and have a connoisseur’s appreciation of high design and high-quality materials. Every frame is a statement about aesthetics, technical innovation and impeccable craftsmanship. These designs feature responsibly sourced materials selected for timeless elegance exceptional strength.
Lucas de Staël, designer, started Undostrial before launching his brand in 2012. Their goals include transforming matter into art, to experiment without restraints, in order to materialize the wildest dreams into reality. The designers, jewelers and artists are able to develop their own tools and methods in order to put out elegant and delicate eyewear frames. By combining traditional French know-how with an innovative mindset, the workshop is perpetually redefining, by-passing and pushing the limits and rules of eyewear manufacturing.
Maui Jim got its start in 1980 as a small company selling sunglasses on the beach in Lahaina, Hawaii. Seeing a need in the market for technology that could combat intense glare and harmful UV while bringing the brilliant colors of the island to life, we engineered the revolutionary PolarizedPlus2® lens. Incorporated into seven new sunglass styles, our Classic Collection was introduced. We now offer over 125 styles of sunglasses, 100% of which are polarized and protect from 100% of UVA and UVB rays.
Maui Jim believes color and light are the key to human experience. Our sunglasses show you its full spectrum, so you can see the world like you've never seen. We believe everyone should experience all 16,777,216 hues of beautiful color that surrounds us every day.
Hailing from Soho, New York, Modo drives the eyewear industry effort in sustainability and social responsibility. At MODO, they are driven by a passion for finding the optimal balance of form and function. Inspired by the precision of architecture, we work with strength and lightness, structure and fluidity. By merging innovative materials, new technologies and purist design, MODO offers you endless simplicity and lasting quality.
All MOSCOT Eyewear is handmade using the highest quality materials, real hardware, and hinges that are riveted through the temple and frame fronts to ensure the sturdiest construction possible. Every MOSCOT frame is available as opthalmic eyewear or sunglasses, with or without a prescription, and is customizable in a variety of frame and lens color combinations and sizes. With 100 years of eyewear expertise, MOSCOT carefully inspects every frame for quality control in its own labs, housed within its New York City Shops, before dispensing eyewear to customers worldwide.
Simple, functional with an idiosyncratic look, Mykita focuses on challenging norms and creating new aesthetic impulses within eyewear, Mykita pushes visible logos and conventional luxury codes into the background. Winner of multiple design awards, these frames are also lightweight and durable. A key factor in the company’s success is its holistic business philosophy, which brings together expertise from all disciplines under a single roof.
Designed in Denmark and handcrafted by skilled craftsmen in Japan. It is no exaggeration when we point out that all the collections from nine eyewear really are unique. Ever since the first steps were taken in 2010, nine eyewear has set out to create ultra-light titanium eyewear without superfluous details. The weight of our frames, regardless of shape, color and material has always been just about 9 grams. Hence the name nine eyewear
Drawing on Danish heritage, ProDesign designs innovative eyewear with a close-knit relationship between functionality and visual expression. Founded in 1973, this frame line is inspired by key contemporary trends and made to be timeless and long lasting. In this collections of frames you will find the most delicate details, with both transparent and honest or a more playful rebel style.
SALT. is a premium eyewear brand dedicated to timeless style and effortless beauty. Since its founding in 2006, SALT. has always sought to create eyewear that reflects the Golden State’s natural beauty, drawing inspiration from the sandy beaches, snow-capped mountains, and pristine deserts of the brand’s California home. Because high quality construction is not simply about beauty, it’s also about durability. It is eyewear that will stand up to the rigors of a life well lived, which is all part of their commitment to creating products that are made to last.
TC Charton was designed to accommodate higher cheekbones, lower nose bridges and other ethnic features that make conventional eyewear impossible or uncomfortable to wear. With over a hundred different frames to choose from, the wearer can have a great fit without having to compromise on style and luxury.
Alexandra is constantly studying faces wherever she goes, always on the lookout for her latest muse. Each style is crafted to fit the features of people that she has met in her travels, and the finished product even shares the name of the person that inspired them.
TC CHARTON was created foremost to fit Asian features, however the multitudinous styles available in the collection appeal to people of many other ethnic backgrounds, and they are finding that TC CHARTON eyewear fits them fabulously.
Raised in a highly creative environment by an optician as a father and a designer as a mother, Thierry Lasry went on to create a sunglass brand aimed at a certain Elite looking to distinguish themselves out of the crowd. THIERRY LASRY sunglasses are based on the concept of « futuristic vintage » fusing vintage inspirations with an updated, modern and avant-gardist touch. The sunglasses are all flat fronted, giving a futuristic twist to retro-inspired shapes.
The creative director of Gucci, Tom Ford created his own brand in 2005. A fashion design legend, Ford is best known for his stylish, singular vision in fashion for the ultimate modern persona. Tom Ford eyeglasses are an effortless and classic design that will never go out of style. Known for the Aviator and Wayfarer frames, this frame line focuses on darker colors schemes such as Brown, Black, Green and Tortoise.
This exclusive collection focuses on classic, modern, and timeless shapes in rich colors and unique patterns. Designed in California and handcrafted in Japan, Zero G is created with style, balance, comfort, and weightlessness in mind. All Zero G frames are hypoallergenic, 40% lighter than stainless-steel, and cut from a single sheet of surgical-grade titanium.