23 County Arcade, LS1 6BWView on map
Frame repairs and adjustments
Wheelchair accessible, excluding eye examination room
Monday - Saturday - 10am - 6pm
Sunday - 11am - 5pm
23 County Arcade,
Designed by Alexy Kos and Che Huang of London-based Child Studio, the store draws influence from early 20th century retail spaces, creating a utilitarian yet elegant, understated approach to displaying the spectacles. The floor patterns take influence from 1940s design Ceramique De La Lys, using colour accents and abstract geometric patterns. The store also uses warm, muted colour tones throughout such as pink and green, showcased in marble and terrazzo tiles.
Our stores have their own collection of bespoke, made to order frames, offered in 140 acetate colours or ethically-sourced water buffalo horn. Available exclusively at this location we have a collection of three frames, Hepworth, a squarish and bold design with an inner-lens that takes inspiration from Barbara Hepworth’s sculptures. Finsbury, a classic rectangular shape with geometrical details that takes inspiration from Leeds’ modernist architecture, such as Bank House which bears resemblance to an inverted ziggurat and Headrow a modern cat-eyeish design with temples inspired by the Neo-Gothic arches of Thornton’s Arcade and its sky coloured features.