8 Reasons We Scouted Art & Eyes

There’s a bright red building on Magazine Street that is guaranteed to make you stop in your tracks. It’s Art & Eyes, a one-of-a-kind optical boutique that believes eyewear is an art. Curated by Starr Hagenbring and Paul Wilcox, this shop deserves a top spot on your “must-visit” list. This boutique reminds us why we love our job, we get the privilege of showing you the local businesses that make New Orleans shine. Here are 8 reasons why you should visit Art & Eyes:

  1. Art & Eyes has a diverse inventory of over 4,000 eyewear options, including sunglasses and optical frames.
  2. They take pride in helping customers make decisions aligned with their preferences, whether they opt for a basic or unique style. Their goal is to enhance both the visual and personal appeal of individuals.
  3. In contrast to typical doctor’s offices with a limited frame selection, Art & Eyes offers a hands-on experience. They guide you through a vast collection to find the perfect fit for your style.
  4. The Art & Eyes staff spans various age groups, which produces a diverse perspective on eyewear choices.
  5. The boutique caters to a broad clientele. They prioritize offering options beyond generic styles, ensuring a personalized experience for those seeking both functionality and fashion in their eyewear.
  6. Trying on eyewear at Art & Eyes is a fun and enjoyable experience. The staff encourages customers to explore their extensive selection. You can try on up to 300 pairs if you want, which is not common in the industry.
  7. Art & Eyes covers a wide range of styles, from plain matte rectangle glasses to avant-garde designs sourced from Japan and northern Italy.
  8. The uniqueness of the store’s appearance adds to the overall one-of-a-kind experience for customers, creating a distinctive atmosphere from the moment they enter. The store’s interior is funky, featuring an Elvis bust, a glasses chandelier, and more.
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Visit Art & Eyes today at 3708 Magazine Street and tell them Scout sent you!