For over 60 years, La Filottica has been carrying a large selection of glasses from the best brands at brilliant prices. Our competent and professional staff also manufactures prescription glasses of all types. It also deals with the creation of any type of eyeglasses, thanks to the competence and professionalism of our staff.
Our resident team of opticians and optometrists will be able to recommend the most suitable frames for mounting prescription lenses and supporting your vision.
How do you choose the right glasses for reading, studying, working? Prescription glasses are the most efficient way to correct vision problems such as myopia, presbyopia, hypermetropia and astigmatism. For each of these issues, La Filottica offers a range of solutions to help you achieve perfect vision, with several types of prescription lenses: lenses to correct myopia, lenses to correct astigmatism, lenses for hypermetropia, multifocal and progressive lenses. Progressive lenses are useful for people suffering from presbyopia and basic ametropia.
Today, our extensive selection of shapes, models, colours and brands has turned choosing a frame into a real shopping opportunity, making glasses a glamorous accessory, a design object, and occasionally a truly distinguishing trait.
La Filottica offers a large selection of prescription lenses for sports sunglasses, night vision and driving. After an in-depth eye test, our store also manufactures personalised glasses customised to each customer’s needs.
In our centrally located store you can also ask for anti-glare and hard-coating treatments that make your lenses even more comfortable and long-lasting.
You can book an appointment (on Tuesdays or Thursdays) to have your eyes checked at La Filottica, a few steps from Piazza Navona.
Exclusively at La Filottica the eyewear of AKIRA ISHIWATARI Design Studio, in detail the three brands: pLAtOy, TinToy and Rockets.
Akira Ishiwatari was born and raised in Tokyo and is the creative mind on which the entire brand is based. The fusion of oriental culture and trends with European and American ones has strongly inspired the design of these glasses. The name pLAtOy, pun which means “play plastic toys”,