Foster Grant Sunglasses

One of Four Prestigious Brands of FGX International

The Foster Grant sunglass collection encompasses an elusive combination of today's most innovative and inspiring sunglass styles. Since its establishment in 1919, the Foster Grant label has been synonymous with high fashion, creative designs at exceptionally affordable prices. Foster Grant is the only name brand sunglass label offering a wide selection of sunglasses for under $30. Foster Grant currently offers full lines of designer sunglasses, prescription eyewear and eyewear accessories.

Headquartered in Smithfield, Rhode Island, Foster Grant is a division FGX International. FGX also designs and markets Gargoyle sunglasses, Anarchy sunglasses and Angel designer sunglasses.

Newest Lines & Must-Have Models

Foster Grant's newest sunglass lines offer a wide variety of celebrity style sunglasses and state of the art sunglasses. In addition, they also offer polarized lenses and sunglasses designed specifically for outdoor sporting activities. With a multitude of styles available, Foster Grant sunglass designs suit all types of individual styles. Some must-have designs available through this designer brand include rimless model SFGC25123, the sleek design of model SFGC30100.

Average Costs

The best aspect of Foster Grant eyewear is their ability to design high quality designer eyewear at exceptionally low costs. Every pair of Foster Grant sunglasses is designed and sold for less than $30. This company is successful in offering affordable designer eyewear without compromising the quality or effectiveness of their products.

Celebrity Sightings

Cindy Crawford

A company has achieved success when they can sell designer eyewear for under $30 and still have a long list of celebrity supporters. Foster Grant eyewear has become a top choice for a number of celebrities including Mia Farrow, Woody Allen and Vanessa Redgrave. The King of Rock and Roll himself, Elvis, was a huge supporter of Foster Grant eyewear and had worn the designer frames in a number of shows.

In 1998, Foster Grant announced the return of their highly successful "Who's that behind those Foster Grants?" ad campaign featuring world-renowned supermodel Cindy Crawford. Since then, Foster Grant sunglasses have framed the faces of some of the world's most fashionable celebrities.

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