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  • Afflelou full year sales top 2019 level by 3%

  • Sunglasses and contact lenses drove Mister Spex’ growth in Q3

  • Fast-growing Mykita opens first shop in South America

  • Warby Parker sees Q3 sales rise 32%, but remains in the red

  • Safilo up 11% in Q3 versus 2019

  • bbase launches sustainable materials’ index

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    U.S. market back over 2019 level in Q2


    The Vision Council has announced the release of its quarterly VisionWatch research report and disclosed some key figures and trends in the U.S. optical market for the second quarter of 2021.

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    Eyewear industry stock prices up 3.5% in Q3


    We are publishing here our quarterly update on the evolution in stock prices of public companies operating in our core eyewear market, including manufacturers, distributors or retailers of contact lenses, prescription lenses, eyeglasses and sunglasses. As shown in the chart below, the non-weighted average growth for the 22 companies included ...

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    Italian exports recover faster than expected


    ANFAO has brightened its forecast for the Italy’s eyewear industry, as figures for the first half of 2021 are hinting at a brisker-than-expected recovery.

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When the pandemic swept through Europe, Brussels-based eyewear sales manager Alexandra Macsimov decided to find online solutions. Brick-and-mortar showrooms were shuttered, which impacted customers in two main ways. Firstly, they were prevented from nipping into their local stores to try on different frames before buying…