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“Around 2010, we were looking at what was happening in fashion like at Zara, H and Uniqlo which were challenging the department store model,” says Nick Perry, co founder of the Australian eyewear brand that began as a market stall on Bondi Beach in Sydney. “We thought, ‘Why can’t we take that incredible retail experience and apply it to what has been seen as a grudge purchase?'” he says. The company adopted a “vertical business model,” designing their frames in house, manufacturing them in Asia and selling them on their website and in their stores..