Recognising the best in uncompromising children's style and design, Junior magazine have shortlisted Eyespace's Rock Star range for best children's fashion accessories brand in the 2017 junior design.
Since the company’s launch in 2013, Eyespace have focused on creating wearer con dence with the Rock Star brand, ensuring their fashionable, great tting and high-style frames stand out in independent optician’s practices for their hint of attitude.
Having previously won notable business and optical industry awards, including 2016’s Frame of the Year, Eyespace’s commitment to developing high quality and inspiring eyewear has earned another important accolade for the company and its progressive team.
Shortlisted alongside other ourishing children’s consumer brands including Honey & Toast and Rockahulu Kids, Emily Andrews, Product Director commented on the award shortlisting:
“Junior Magazine and their design awards are highly-esteemed among parents and our team is incredibly proud to be recognised for our dedication to great product design. Fit, durability and wearer comfort have always been prime considerations as eyewear designers, especially in children’s eyewear. Nothing pleases us more than when children can walk into a practice, fall in love with a frame and feel good about wearing it. To achieve this, we invest heavily in the research and development process to strike the perfect balance of celebrity style, fashion trends and capturing the energy of childhood within each model. The Rock Star range and the recognition it’s receiving is a credit to our progressive approach to design - it’s a powerful thing to improve a child’s quality of vision, but combine it with the perfect piece of eyewear, that looks and feels great, and it’s completely transformative!”
The winners of the Junior Design Awards will be announced on August 1st 2017.