Year-round trunk shows at Broadhurst Optometrists

Broadhurst Optometrists

Broadhurst Optometrists - Credit: Archant

You are invited to a series of exclusive events at our practices in Preston and Lytham as part of our Around the world in 80 frames campaign.

Broadhurst Optometrists

Broadhurst Optometrists - Credit: Archant

Every month we celebrate frames designed and created in different destinations around the world.

Details of next events:


Broadhurst Optometrists

Broadhurst Optometrists - Credit: Archant

Denmark: Saturday 25th May

Time: 9am-5pm

Featured brand: Lindberg

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Broadhurst Optometrists

Broadhurst Optometrists - Credit: Archant

Hawaii: Saturday 6th July

Time: 9am-5pm

Featured brand: Maui Jim


Broadhurst Optometrists

Broadhurst Optometrists - Credit: Archant


Belgium: Wednesday 15th May

Time: 3pm-8pm

Featured brand: theo


USA: Saturday 13th July

Time: 10am-5pm

Featured brand: Moscot


Why should you attend these trunk shows?

- You will get exclusive previews of our featured frame collections including sunglasses

- 20% off frames featured at each event

- Free 'Colour Me Beautiful' colour consultations with Wendy Halton

- Complementary wine / beer and themed snacks.

- Special rewards with our loyalty passport, the more events you attend the more discount you get towards your next purchase with us.

5 stamps = A £50 voucher off glasses!

Here is a taster of the brands we are celebrating:


Make a statement with eyewear that tells the world you subscribe to a different way of thinking and have a connoisseur's appreciation of exceptional design and high-quality materials.

Every frame is a testament to the brands attention towards aesthetics, technical innovation and impeccable craftmanship.

Oliver Peoples:

Oliver Peoples is a heritage brand born in the heart of West Hollywood, more specifically on Sunset Boulevard. It is inspired by films, books, travel, magazines and even archival pieces. Each Oliver Peoples frame is hand crafted with careful attention to detail, sculpting, and materials, to achieve a balanced and refined final product.

The frame is tumbled, polished and finally hand adjusted, carefully referring to its original drawing created in the design studio in West Hollywood. Oliver Peoples had a passion for superior product, a distinctive culture rooted in California, and an obsession with service and these core values have remained at the heart of the brand and endure today.


Known internationally for its distinctive and trendsetting designs, theo eyewear began as a memo on an order form and has developed into the slogan for the most headstrong Belgian brand of spectacles: 'theo loves you'.

Headquartered in Antwerp, the brand has implemented this motto into everything it does, every decision and every collection. Theo exudes wilfulness and exclusiveness by taking glasses from an optical aid and turning them into fully-fledged accessories. "theo, the caramel on your dame blanche"

Maui Jim:

Maui Jim was established in 1980 as a small company selling sunglasses on Ka'anapali beach in Lahaina. The company engineered its revolutionary PolarizedPlus2® lens after seeing a niche in the market for technology that could combat intense glare and harmful UV, while highlighting the vivid colours of the island to life.

What began as its Classic Collection of seven styles, has now evolved into more than 125 styles of sunglasses, all of which are polarized and protect from 100% of UVA and UVB rays.


MOSCOT infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with over 100 years of eyewear expertise and unparalleled craftsmanship to create its timeless eyewear.

The MOSCOT optical roots were first planted in America by Great Great Grandfather and family patriarch, Hyman Moscot, who arrived from Eastern Europe via Ellis Island in 1899. Hyman began selling ready-made eyeglasses from a pushcart on Orchard Street on Manhattan's famed Lower East Side.

Call to book a personal eyewear viewing or 'Colour Me Beautiful' consultation.

Lytham: 01253 734791

Preston:01772 822591

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