JINS Eyewear to Open 5th Store in California
SAN FRANCISCO, MAY 9
JINS Eyewear announced today plans to expand to Simon’s Del Amo Fashion Center in Los Angeles in September 2018. The Japanese eyewear retailer that makes glasses onsite in a matter of minutes, is continuing to expand stores in California. The company also has an online store at www.jins.com.
Del Amo marks JINS’ fourth shopping center location and the fifth store in the U.S. Located at 3525 Carson Street, Del Amo Fashion Center, in the heart of Torrance, the new JINS store will provide 1,400 square feet of eyewear retail space and house 720 styles of JINS exclusive eyewear. Similar to the other JINS locations, the store will feature signature 30-minute glasses starting at $60 with lenses included. All frames include thin lenses and standard UV and anti-glare coatings. Customers can also continue to use their vision insurance at JINS Del Amo. JINS has two other stores in Los Angeles at Arcadia’s Westfield Santa Anita and Sherman Oak’s Westfield Fashion Square that opened in 2016.
“We are thrilled to open a store in Torrance and showcase our frames to our customers in southern Los Angeles,” says President of JINS Eyewear U.S., Mario Arai. “There’s no better way to create a meaningful shopping experience than for our customers to visit our store, try on our variety of frames, including optical, sunglasses, JINS SCREEN (blue-light blocking glasses), JINS Switch (glasses with magnetic clip-on shades), and many more!”
JINS is a Japanese eyewear brand founded in 2001. The brand has 491* retail store locations globally including 4 U.S. stores (Del Amo would be the 5th.) At JINS, customers can receive their prescription glasses in less than 30 minutes and select from over 1,200 styles all designed in Tokyo. Prices of frames start at $60, which include single-vision high index lenses and standard UV and anti-glare coatings. JINS also has a CSR program called Cases for Causes where the company collaborates with NPOs and designs cases inspired by their mission. 100% of all sales from the cases go directly to the nonprofits.
*491 retail stores in Japan, China, Taiwan and the U.S. as of April 2018. For additional information, visit www.jins.com.