TD Tom Davies
|Headquarters||London, United Kingdom|
|Products||Sunglasses and Optical|
In 1996, Tom Davies moved to China after leaving university. There he began working as a designer for a start-up eyewear factory in Hong Kong, designing frames and the machinery that made them. Back in London in 2002, he created TD Tom Davies and started to offer its bespoke eyewear service to opticians worldwide allowing an optician to design unique, made-to-measure frames themselves much like an eyewear-specific visit to Savile Row for a suit. Tom Davies opened his own factory in china in 2008 to enable bespoke spectacle production. Further, Tom Davies moved his production from China to the United Kingdom in 2017 by opening his own made in London factory located in West London. 
Tom Davies Bespoke Opticians StoresEdit
Besides being sold in opticians in over 23 countries worldwide,  Tom Davies also owns five flagship stores, all based in central London. They can be found at Sloane Square, Knightsbridge, Canary Wharf, The Royal Exchange and Covent Garden .
The Tom Davies Bespoke Optician stores include an eye examination clinic which is stocked solely with ZEISS optical testing machinery and is the only private practice in the UK to have all the latest diagnostic equipment available from ZEISS. With the equipment of ZEISS, Tom Davies is able to conduct an eye examination which is as accurate and precise as the ones from the ophthalmology clinics. Further, it is 84% more accurate than a manual eye test.
Ed Sheeran and Heston Blumenthal's iconic spectacles are both bespoke pairs made by Tom Davies  Other celebrities who have worn TD Tom Davies glasses include: Brad Pitt, Carrie Fisher, Kristen Stewart, Angelina Jolie, Matthew Bellamy and Rowan Atkinson 
In 2018, Tom Davies became the first ever eyewear brand to create sunglasses that feature rhodium coated lenses.
As of 2016, Tom Davies offers a new service called Made To Order. The services enables opticians to make easier changes, order bespoke frames for their clients and offers features such as laser engraving the customers name on the temple arm.
The glasses Henry Cavill wears as Clark Kent in Batman v Superman:Dawn of Justice are made by British spectacle designer Tom Davies. Apparently the costume designer found most glasses sat too high on Henry Cavill's face because he has a high bridge. They sought out Tom Davies, who makes bespoke glasses, to design a one-off pair of spectacles for the job.
Tom Davies collaborated in 2015 with fashion designer Lulu Liu for a series of signature frames. In 2018, Tom Davies collaborated with fashion designer Yang Li for a runway show for Paris Fashion week.
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