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Louis Stone launches London-inspired range of eyewear cases

A premium range of eyewear cases have been named after the company’s favourite places in the capital

Louis Stone cases

Louis Stone has launched its new catalogue of cases that are inspired by London.

The company’s head of marketing, Clare Gaba, named the cases after her favourite places to visit, including ‘Arkley’ and ‘Elstree’ (pictured), in the capital.

Ms Gaba explained: “I went for this angle as I find London to be a really vibrant and magical city to live in and this collection is just as vibrant.”

Louis Stone explained that the premium range of cases are designed to be offered to high-end frame purchasers or sold on their own.

“Gone are the days where we all bought cases merely to secure our spectacles. Now, pairing our cases with the clothes we purchase, accessories that adorn us and even the lipstick we wear are of paramount importance. A case is no longer just a necessity, it's a stylish fashion accessory,” Ms Gaba added.

Some cases in the collection are available now and more will be available in May. For further information, visit the Louis Stone website.

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