Abba Optical - Come See Our Selection of Frames

Specializing in rare and unusual eyeglass frames Abba has become the trendsetter in luxury eyewear. Our recently remodeled dispensary contains some of the finest European eyewear available today with selections from Denmark, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Italy and Japan. Frames made from Titanium, wood, Buffalo horn,bird feathers,leather, Bamboo and other lightweight comfortable materials.

Traction Productions

In 1979, Thierry Gros moves to the direction of Victor Gros and starts in 1985 the Traction Productions’s collection. The inspiration of Traction combines Californian modernity and French refinement in the objective to create unique eyeframes. The ideas of the creation are the product of a permanent exchange between Los Angeles and Paris, from this Victor Gros always anticipates the “avant-gardiste” tastes of his customers.

Traction is an association of shapes and colors without any restriction, these glasses are not a simple remedy to the vision problems, they have also the vocation to dress the face on the same basis that a luxury accessory. In a constant research of harmony with the faces, Victor creates glasses to make a great look without changing personality; they get inspired from “l’air du temps” of California, New York and Europe.


MYKITA is a young Berlin-based company catering to the global demand for stylish, top-quality eyeglasses.The creative core comprises Philipp Haffmans and Harald Gottschling, two of the eyewear world’s most innovative designers. In their capacity as co-founders and creators of ic! berlin, the duo demonstrated their extraordinary innovatory skills and a precious knack for sophisticated and sensitive styling. Also involved in the global emergence of the hip designer eyewear brand were Daniel Haffmans and Moritz Krueger, whose imaginative branding and distribution strategy ensured a successful basis for marketing the product range. The four creative minds joined forces in October 2004 to create MYKITA, the first fruits of their new venture, the “Collection No. 1” ranged of corrective spectacles, have since won the prestigious IF Design Award. Meanwhile, October 2006 saw the unveiling of “Collection No. 2”, a new luxury product line featuring fuller-bodied frames made of acetate.

Gold & Wood

One man, one ambition
Captivated by the beauty and feel of fine woods, Maurice Leonard embarked on a fascinating adventure in a small spectacle-making enterprise that at the time had only about ten employees. Starting originally with all-wood or wood and silk, Maurice Leonard set out to make elegant, refined frames for people who appreciate beautiful objects.
Time is a luxury
At Gold & Wood workshops, passion and time drive the hands of the artisans who craft each component, one by one, in the purest tradition of exclusive eyewear. Because everything here is handmade, it takes three days to craft a pair of temples of such remarkable quality. Taking the time to do it well: There lies the expression of the luxury.
As rare as they are unique
Over the past few years, the artisans and designers at Gold & Wood creating ever-more successful models, slowly forging a different, exclusive and authentic collection. Their discreet and stylish looks, as well as the quality and nobility of the material used in Gold & Wood frames, give them their uniqueness. Such workmanship is guaranteed to excite the enthusiasm of buyers, connoisseurs and collectors everywhere.


Starting out with the idea that it should be possible to make a spectacle that was more simple, attractive, and functional, Paul-Jorn Lindberg teamed up with the architect Hans Dissing to design a different frame that turned out to become the basis of a completely new eyewear concept.

The LINDBERG frames are produced from the perfect material – titanium. The metal is lightweight, flexible and strong.The titanium is simply twisted and bent into some of the lightest and most flexible frames in the world. Frames for modern men and women with an active lifestyle.

alain mikli

Finding the eyeglasses of the 1970’s neither fun nor sincere, neither elegant nor casual, Alain Mikli launched his own brand in 1978.Devotee of freedom and non-conformity, he “sculpted” matter in space and invented a new philosophy for optics : to each his own… pair of glasses, in colours to match his personality.This subtle and detailed complicity with the wearer makes each Alain Mikli model a unique creation.