To commemorate the centennial anniversary of SECO, we are pleased to invite you to participate in the Silent Auction to benefit The ALS Association, Lou Gehrig® in the name of Melodie Annis. This auction is a perfect way to honor the long history of SECO’s extraordinary commitment to giving back to the community.
Optician and Frame Designer Gazal Tabrizipour has collaborated with SECO to create this limited-edition frame that connects the past, present, and future as SECO celebrates 100 years! 100 of the SECO frames were created to commemorate the 100 years of SECO. Gazal took inspiration from each decade going back 100 years to create this one-of-a-kind frame design. Watch the story of how Gazal crafted the frame here.
The ALS Association leads the way in global research and helps 20,000 Americans living with ALS. Your bid will help find a cure for ALS while providing care and support to families right here in your community.
The frames will be on display in The View in SECO Optometry’s Marketplace Exhibit Hall at SECO 100. Each pair of SECO 100 eyeglasses is individually numbered in the order they were crafted. The highest bidder will have the opportunity to take home #1 of 100, and the second highest bidder will take home #100 of 100.
To participate in the auction CLICK HERE.
For those attending SECO, March 1-5, you will want to spend some time at The View Luxury Eyewear Pavillion. The list of independent optical companies participating has grown every year, in no small part due to the hard work of Melodie Annis. Here is a list of participating frame companies showcasing their products at SECO on Friday, March 3rd, and Saturday, March 4th:
Design Eyewear Group – Face a Face, Kilsgaard, Pro Design, Woow
ETNIA Eyewear Culture
Laibach & York
Orgreen + Goldsmith
Ottica Veneta – Ottica Veneta, Sospriri, La Marca
Poets – Coco Song, La Matta
Richard Berliner – Nina Mur, Res Rei
Studio Optyx – Monoqool, Derapage, NW77, Erkers1879
The Optical Foundry – laEyeworks, Fiction, OGI, Article One
Ultimate Vision – McLaren Vision, Henry Jullien, Nathalie Blanc