King Children, the new eyewear brand that creates custom frames to embrace the diversity of every face, has announced its company launch, taking an inclusive and thoughtful approach to durable eyewear that celebrates everyone´s unique features, the company said.
Users can design frames with their desired colors, shapes and lenses for just USD 125. To date, King Children has raised USD 2 million in funding from investors, including Great Oaks VC, RBC Venture Partners, Gen Z Capital and Casper co-founder, Neil Parikh.
Within the hyper-realistic virtual try-on experience, personalizations include size of frame, lens height, lens width, nose bridge, frame wrap, nose pad position, temple length and pantoscopic tilt. Shoppers can then choose between sun (UVA / UVB protection + polarization) or prescription and add a personal touch with an inscription up to 10 characters, all at no extra cost.
King Children was founded by Sahir Zaveri (CEO) and Dave Lee (CTO), who have combined the latest in 3D printing and augmented reality innovation to bring customized products and a superior user experience that speaks to all genders, ethnicities and backgrounds.
For more information, visit King Children at www.kingchildren.com.