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Burberry eyeglasses collection features the latest styles , all crafted to the highest levels of quality. Burberry’s design philosophy is to blend tradition with ultra modern creating a truly unique work of art. Burberry glasses materials include acetate or metal frames with rectangular and butterfly shapes for unisex appeal.

This iconic brand was founded in 1856 by 21-year-old dressmaker Thomas Burberry. The first Burberry store opened in Basingstoke at that time with the first London store opening in 1891. 1909 marked the opening of a Burberry store in Paris.

  • In 1897 explorer Major F.G. Jackson, famed for mapping parts of the Arctic Circle, is captured in a photo wearing Burberry.
  • Burberry supplied clothing and tents for Roald Amundsen and his team become – they became the first people to reach the South Pole..
  • A Burberry gabardine jacket was worn by George Mallory on his ill-fated attempt on Mount Everest in 1924.
  • In 1914 Burberry was commissioned by the War Office to adapt its officer’s coat to suit the conditions of contemporary warfare, resulting in the “trench coat”. After the war, the trench coat became popular with civilians. The iconic Burberry check was created in the 1920s and used as a lining in its trench coats.
  • The company now provides a range of products including clothing, handbags, eyewear, frangrance and beauty.
  • The most recognizable pattern offered by Burberry is the “Haymarket” – a classic tan and black check with the Burberry Equestrian Knight.
  • The Burberry Foundation was established in 2008 and is a philanthropic organization dedicated to help young people realise their dreams through the power of their creativity.

Based on recent guidelines from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and the AOA (American Optometric Association) and the North Carolina Board of Optometry, Triangle Family Eye Care will close starting Monday, March 30th.

We will be open for glasses and contact lens pick up only the week of March 22nd. Doctor Prajapati will not be seeing any patients unless it’s an ocular emergency.

Ocular emergencies may be any of the following symptoms: redness/eye pain, sudden loss of vision (central or peripheral), trauma to the eye, contact lens-related eye pain.

We will keep you posted as to when our office will reopen as this is a fluid situation.

Thank you, Dr. Prajapati and staff at TFEC