Eye Pieces - Plano has scheduled its latest high-end eyewear and art festival extravaganza for this Saturday, May 11th, from 6:00 to 10:00 PM.
Following-up two popular and well-reviewed events held in 2012, Eye Pieces is again bringing in the latest designer eyewear collections from Tom Ford, Gucci and Prada, and showcasing them alongside stunning artwork from some of Dallas’ best artists.
Fittingly entitled “A Night to Remember,” the exclusive trunk show and art exhibition will be held at the Eye Pieces location inside the Shops at Legacy in Plano (7200 Bishop Road, Suite D-14). Eye Pieces – Plano is the state-of-the-art optometric practice of Dr. Robert Birenbaum.
The event will feature works from such acclaimed CityArtCal artists as Linda Bourgult, Melissa Ellis, Cindy Gray and Julia Pappas.
“We’ve gotten rave reviews from our long-time customers for our previous trunk shows and art exhibitions, so we’re excited to be hosting another great event this Saturday,” said Dr. Birenbaum. “The shows have also been an ideal way to introduce Eye Pieces to new customers that come by to see some of the most cutting-edge eyewear on the market, along with the extraordinary artwork we’re fortunate to showcase.”
Guests of “A Night to Remember” will receive a 20 percent discount on all eyewear purchased at the event (discount not to be combined with insurance).
Eye Pieces is also providing a delicious array of hors d’oeuvres and live musical entertainment for the evening’s guests. Complimentary valet services will also be available.
Dr. Robert Birenbaum and his staff are renowned for their unmatched optical knowledge and outstanding customer service. Over the past four decades in private practice, “Dr. Bob” has distinguished himself as a therapeutic optometrist with an enviable reputation for excellence. National Board Certified in the treatment and management of ocular diseases, Dr. Birenbaum specializes in working with patients with complicated vision disorders and complex contact lens conditions. Long passionate about serving his community, he is an active supporter of the National Prevention of Blindness Society, a past President of the Lions Club and a member of the American Optometric Association and the Texas Optometric Association.
For more information on Eye Pieces and “A Night to Remember,” visit www.EyePieces.net.