CARROLLTON, TX – April 13, 2017 – ImageWear debuts new styles for spring in its signature men’s and women’s collection: London Fog. Founded in 1923, London Fog is a global lifestyle brand found in finer department stores across the world. London Fog Eyewear for men and women blend modern trends with timeless style to create a versatile, on-trend collection.
New London Fog Eyewear – Women
New London Fog Eyewear – Men
“London Fog is smart, sophisticated styling with a heritage vibe,” said Belinda Bellows, Director of Product Development for ImageWear. “Details like keyhole bridges, layered materials, and even animal prints make the collection perfect for modern professionals who want timeless style with updated touches.”
All London Fog models feature spring hinges and a signature London Fog logo. All are sold with a hard case and carry a lifetime warranty on manufacturer’s defects.
Marketing available includes: multi-piece display, logo block
ImageWear was established in 1996 as a division of Walman, the nation’s leading independent family of optical businesses. ImageWear offers a wide selection of eyewear collections for every member of the family from brands that patients trust and premium quality construction both patients and eyecare professionals love. www.imagewear.com
ABOUT LONDON FOG
London Fog is a leading American manufacturer of fashion apparel and accessories. The company was founded in 1923 as the Londontown clothing company by Israel Myers. During World War II, the company was known for making waterproof clothing for the United States Navy. Following the war, the company partnered with DuPont to make material for use in raincoats. These coats, which were the first to have a patented removable liner, were sold in Philadelphia, where they became very popular.
Today London Fog is a premier global lifestyle brand, branching out into a number of product fashion categories. Celebrating over three generations of customers with updated classics, London Fog is found in department stores across the country. Ad campaigns featuring celebrities donate over $75,000 to charities such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation and United Cerebral Palsy. www.londonfog.com