Fashion Scout are thrilled to announce UK’s leading optical and audiologist group Specsavers as the Official ‘Ones To Watch’ sponsor for SS18. Returning for the third year, the renowned brand will be presenting multiple eyewear accessories on the runway, alongside Fashion Scout’s ‘Ones To Watch’ show on Friday 15th September.
Specsavers have been delivering the UK the widest selection of eyewear since 1984 when founded by Dame Mary Perkins and her husband Doug; since providing us with the latest materials and trends from all over the world. Specsavers is a Partnership of nearly 2,000 locally-run businesses with each store being part-owned and managed by its own joint venture partners, who are committed to delivering high quality, affordable optical and hearing care in the communities they serve.
Specsavers, widely known for the famous strapline ‘Should’ve gone to Specsavers’ that was first aired in 2003, is a leading retailer providing over 1,000 frames, from leading fashion forward brands such as Karl Lagerfeld, Love Moschino and Boss Orange. Fashion Scout’s designer catwalks will be displaying some of the extensive ranges Specsavers has to offer this season.
Verity Tongs, Specsavers’ regional marketing manager, says: ‘We are excited to be a part of this event for the third year running and to be able to see the latest glasses styles modelled alongside pioneering fashion from up and coming designers. The eyewear industry follows these pioneers of trends with great interest. Long gone are the days when glasses were just worn through necessity – they are now seen as a must-have fashion accessory.’
Fashion Scout’s Founder and Creative Director Martyn Roberts commented on the continued partnership with Specsavers; “Fashion Scout and Specsavers are an ideal partnership, visionary in our own fields and renown globally for their pioneering success, entrepreneurship and creative innovation. With an impressive SS18 schedule ahead of us this season, we look forward to seeing their eyewear on the catwalk, styled alongside the One’s To Watch collections.”