Best Online Stores to Buy Luxury Sunglasses Brands

Four online-only luxury sunglasses brands that sell in the United Kingdom and internationally include,,, and


  • has an estimated annual revenue equal to around $2.8 million according to one of the few sources that could be found, although it may not be the most authoritative source. Crunchbase lists that the company raised equal to $22.5 million in funding.
  • EcommerceDb lists the companies global net sales in 2019 at $288.9 million, stating that most ecommerce sales come from the U.S. and only a small percentage comes from other markets such as Canada and the U.K.


  • Zoominfo states that in the U.K. FramesDirect has a revenue of around the equivalent of US$6 Million.
  • According to, FramesDirect had global net sales equal to US$97.4 million in 2019, with the majority of ecommerce sales coming from the U.S. and a small percentage from other markets.


  • has a revenue equal to around US$6 million according to
  • One Click,’s parent company, has an annual revenue around $15-million according to the Business Journal.


  • EyeBuyDirect has web sales of $25 — $50 million according to a report by
  • Elissor, the parent company of, bought Vision Direct Group Ltd. in the U.K. whose revenue was already around £33 million Euros ($36,300,000 million dollars) in 2016.

Research Strategy

After thorough searches through industry journals, market reports, and data on a variety of websites, the specific revenue for the U.K. market for these companies was hard to uncover. Market reports readily provided the U.S. or global revenue for a majority of these companies, as they are U.S. based, though they sell internationally. Any other pertinent information that could be uncovered for the value of each was also here presented.

Glenn is the Lead Operations Research Analyst at The Digital Momentum with experience in research, statistical data analysis and interview techniques. A holder of degree in Economics. A true specialist in quantitative and qualitative research.

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