OWNDAYS is an international optical retail concept founded in Tokyo, Japan. It currently has more than 120 stores in Japan and has successfully established stores in 10 overseas countries in Asia-Pacific.
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Last year, OWNDAYS entered a joint-venture with Bluebell to expand into Hong Kong. Since August 2018, OWNDAYS has opened 7 stores from the New Territories to Tsim Sha Tsui serving the Kowloon side, and 2 on Hong Kong island last month, reaching no. 9 stores till July 2019.
This week, OWNDAYS is opening its 10th store in the New Territories at Tai Po Uptown plaza on 29th August.
With this store, OWNDAYS reaches 10 store openings in Hong Kong in one year.
For the occasion, OWNDAYS will launch the Hong Kong limited edition frames to celebrate 1st anniversary and the price is $480.
The frame is light, only 9.4g, and glasses have passed the inspections of endurance and bridge distortion based on Japanese Industrial Standards. Soft as a feather, light as the air. The temple is printed OWNDAYS and TOKYO.
OWNDAYS is characterized by a solid knowledge and professional skills. All staff is trained to process quality glasses within 20 minutes from optometry to delivery to ensure the best service.
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OWNDAYS lenses are manufactured by leading international lens makers and high index aspheric lenses come with UV protection and dust-resistant coating.
OWNDAYS has a wide portfolio of products which include: Progressive Lenses, Polarised Lenses, Transitions Lenses, Colour Lenses, and PC Lenses. All glasses displayed in shop are original brands designed and manufactured by OWNDAYS.
OWNDAYS’ brands range from stylish and fashionable to functional and are able to satisfy different customer profiles.
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Since January 2019, LVMH-back private equity fund L Catterton Asia has partnered with Mitsui & Co to take an unspecified stake in fast-growing Japanese eyewear retailer OWNDAYS.