Our story began when our founder, Chi-Yuen Fung, connected with the Hong Chi Association. Hong Chi is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and training people with intellectual disabilities in Hong Kong.
The daunting realization of the lack of opportunities and hardships, faced by children with intellectual disabilities and their families, moved Chi-Yuen to create a business that would empower them.
He set off to craft an ethical business model, committed to creating unique products, that supports a socially and environmentally responsible mission. Thus, Eyeware Studio was born.
Led by our founder, the team proudly designed easy-to-assemble products, in consideration of the production and packing team. This crucial consideration is at the heart of the company, striving to give people with intellectual disabilities working opportunities, independence, and respect.
We believe that choosing an Eyeware Studio product means investing in eyewear with a heart. Each piece is a step towards supporting the brand’s ethical cornerstone.
Our mission is simple: to create unique and responsible eyewear products while empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Eyeware Studio collaborates with an array of organizations dedicated to social good. We design easy-to-assemble products in order to provide employment, opportunities, and respect for intellectually disabled people.
Our app serves as a great traceability resource for a better understanding of our company’s standards. We consider transparency to be the essence of today’s manufacturing processes.By scanning and authenticating their pieces in our Eyeware Studio App, our customers can learn everything about their products and discover a surprise that our designers have kept secret.
We consider the factors described above as essential components of authentic social and environmental responsibility. That’s why we know our customers are proud to support our brand!
We work closely with our partners to be socially responsible and aim to empower individuals with intellectual disabilities.