Optics salon VISION*
The VISION opticians is located on floor -1 of the Vremena Goda Gallery. The salon’s space is decorated with dominating dark tones, which serve to emphasise the contrasting accents, transparent showcases as well as large lamps producing soft and cool light. The world's leading brands are represented here, including Thom Browne, Mykita, Lindberg, Victoria Beckham and Dita, all producing truly astounding visual accessories. Admirers of flawless and supremely executed classics are sure to appreciate the collections of Maybach, Gold & Wood, Chopard, Cartier, Christian Dior, Tiffany, Gucci, Chanel, Chrome Hearts, Tom Ford, Brioni as well as other celebrated and proven brands. Here, you’ll find a pair of glasses for every style and mood.
Philosophy and concept
The main mission of the company is permanent development together with continued refinement, which guarantees exceptionally high-quality service delivered to each customer. In the salon, professional ophthalmologists and opticians with many years' experience give professional advice to the customers. They conduct detailed diagnostics to tell the visual acuity and check the visitor's glasses with a diopter. Experts advise on choosing contact lenses as well as the style of the frame, to ensure it fits the face anatomical features and the nature of visual performance. Customers also receive recommendations on the necessity for further eye examination. Another key feature is the regular updating of the product range. Here, the interest of the target audience is the king and only the most relevant models are being available in the salon.
Within the holding, under the name "Vision", a specialized clinic operates in the very heart of Moscow. The medical facility is equipped with the latest optoelectronic and computer technique. It enables performing of microsurgical operations, various diagnostic and therapeutic procedures at the highest level. The center provides laser vision correction, treatment of glaucoma, strabismus, children's eye diseases and myopia. In addition, Vision is engaged in charity as well. Since 2006, together with the Moscow City Council of Veterans of War, Labor, Armed Forces and Law Enforcement Agencies, the company has been regularly conducting social events for veterans. Also, "Vision" is a regular participant in the Svyatoslav Fedorov Foundation events as well as the WHO global program "Vision 2020: The Right to Sight".