A "geek chic" eyewear company has been profiled by the Daily Telegraph.
Maggie O"Sullivan reported on Moscot.com, which provides products for eye care and eyewear online and globally, including at three locations in New York.
She said she was taken by an online facility through which customers can put frames onto a selected face to view them.
The firm has two lines, Moscot Originals and Moscot Spirit.
In the case of the former, designs from the firm from the 1930s onwards are used as inspiration, while the latter blends modern and retro looks.
Overall, Moscot was described as "geek chic at its best".
Moscot"s most popular frames within the Originals line are the Nebb and Lemtosh ones.
For Spirits, the top two are the Hesh and the Glenn.
Designs within Originals are unisex, though the Nebb and Hyman are popular with female customers.
Several styles within the Spirit range are unisex, but Saja and Kimmel are meant for women.
All Moscot sunglasses have 100 per cent protection against UV rays.
by Martin Burns