Asian eyewear retailer in U.S. debut

BY Marianne Wilson

A fashion-forward eyewear brand based in Hong Kong has dropped anchor in the United States.

Mujosh has opened three U.S. locations, with stores at Stoneridge Mall, Pleasanton, California; and one at Westfield, San Francisco; and Glendale Galleria, Los Angeles. The brand is known for its innovative stylings which position eyewear as much as a fashion accessory as a tool to improve eyesight.

“The opening of the stores in the United States represent a significant milestone in the ongoing global business expansion for Mujosh,” the company said. “With its cutting-edge style and innovative spirit in both products and business models, the fashion eyewear brand is confidently bringing in a new exciting brand concept to the traditional eyewear market of the United States.”

Founded in 2010, Mujosh operates over 800 specialty stores located in high-end shopping malls and department stores covering Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Australia, and Canada. The brand’s in-house designers are based in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Korea.


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