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Lawrence & Mayo Unveils Its Summer Collection Of Stylish & Exclusive Sunglasses: “Just Be Cool”

Kolkata,By Payel Das:Lawrence and Mayo, India’s Premium Optical Retailer unveiled their exclusive collection of premier ‘Sunglasses” in one of their flagship store in the city. “Keeping in mind that the long summer months are not too far away, we thought it is the right time to bring the Sunglasses for our esteemed customers,” said

Mr. Suman Anjoy, Official Spokesperson, Lawrence & Mayo.

 

During the launch of the Sunglass Festival, Mr. Anjoy also shared with the media that Lawrence & Mayo had recently opened two more stores in and around the city, one at the northern fringes of the city at Sithi More and the other at Sreerampur, in the Hooghly District. “It is our constant endevour to reach out to our valued customers,” said Mr. Anjoy. “And in this quest, we are going to spread our base to the Tier II locations.”

 

The Sunglass Festival was launched by leading models, Ms. Madhabilata (ex-Sananda Tilotama) and Ms. Tina. All the stores of the Lawrence & Mayo chain will house an array of frames and sunglasses from international brands like Emporio Armani, Cartier, Silhouette, Mont Blanc, Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, Tag Heuer, Versace, Rayban, Vogue, Tommy Hilfiger, CK and many more.

 

Although there’s no denying that you look great in your trendy pair of sunglasses but there’s another reason you wear them. Your shades might help you make a statement without saying a word; they also protect your eyes and the delicate skin around them from harmful ultraviolet rays that filter through on even the cloudiest of days. Even though the mighty Sun is millions of miles away from us, it still emits UV rays that play an important role in causing macular degeneration, cataracts and growths on the eye, including cancer. Hence, shield your eyes from harmful UV rays when you are outdoors.

 

Apart from lens material, choosing the right lens color is also very important. From gray and green to brown, yellow, red and amber, different lens colors add to the performance of your lenses in different light conditions and offer different kinds of protection or vision enhancements. On one hand, brown or green-tinted lenses offer minimal color distortion while enhancing the contrast, while on the other hand, grey-tinted glasses help cut the glare to reduce eyestrain in slightly above average brightness situations. Yellow, amber or gold-tinted ones work well in moderate to low light conditions because of their ability to amplify the available light.

 

Mr. Anjoy added: “With the increase in health consciousness among people, the value of well-known Brands has got a wide acceptance. Nowadays most of the people are eager to settle for branded products. L&M has bought a number of international eye ware brands to cater to these needs. We at Lawrence & Mayo, with a current all-India network of 116 stores have embarked upon a robust expansion drive with a growth rate of 11% every year and we are all set to open 60-70 new exclusive outlets in India by 2021 end primarily targeting the Tier-I and Tier-II cities.”

Lawrence & Mayo has been India’s leading opticians since 1877, providing customers with the highest standard in precision eye care solutions delivered through the latest technology in eye care testing. Since its inception, with the inauguration of its first showroom in Calcutta (Kolkata), Lawrence & Mayo has strived to provide its customer with products of the highest quality coupled with the latest fashionable styles and trends in eye-wear. Over the past 140 years, the Company has developed a stellar reputation and has been the preferred opticians for eminent personalities like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, JRM Tata, Queen Victoria, Rabindranath Tagore, Amitabh Bachchan, Sunil Dutt and the likes. Today, Lawrence & Mayo has a network of 116 outlets across the country.

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