Cazal is one of the world's true upscale, eyewear collections. Created in 1975 by renowned designer Cari Zalloni, for whom the brand takes it namesake, Cazal frames have always been designed to be unique, unmistakable works of art. Always daring to be different, Cazal's elegance, creativity, and uncompromising quality remain at the pinnacle of modern eyewear.
Cazals are not made to be just a "pair of glasses", but rather they are created for the person who has high fashion standards and a desire for originality. Each model is a masterpiece of design using exquisite materials and unparalleled precision. The attention to color is obvious through brilliant hand colorations that are exclusive to Cazal. Adornments are done by hand on each frame and include a combination of syringes, airbrushes, stencils, color baths, glitter, stones, acetates, glass, and lacquer inlays. High quality galvanization and lacquer protects from corrosion, scratching, and loss of color.
Throughout the years Cazal has been notable for the celebrities whom have become lovers of the brand. Bursting into prominence in the 1980's under the moniker of "Cazzie Fever", the collection obtained fans such as Michael Jackson, Run DMC, Stevie Wonder, and Sammy Davis Junior. Today, Cazal has established itself as a mainstay in fashion with such celebrities as Jay Z, Will Smith, Rhianna, Brad Pitt, Usher, Will I Am, Sean Combs, Randy Jackson, Fergie, Gwen Stefani, Amare Stoudemire, Paul Pierce, Nas, Rick Ross, and Tim Nordwind among many others being photographed wearing the frames.
CoolFrames Designer Eyewear Boutique is an authorized Cazal online retailer. All frames are guaranteed to be defect-free and authentic. We will replace any defective or damaged items to ensure 100% satisfaction. Our in-house optical lab can install custom prescription lenses into any eyeglass frame and many sunglass styles. We specialize in Essilor presciption lenses including Varilux Progressives, Transitions as well as Crizal Alize and Sapphire (Forte) Anti-Reflective coatings.