Remember when a trip to the eye doctor was like a trip to the dentist? Except, instead of fillings, you’d end up with your choice of a never-ending supply of uninspired frames by a “designer” label and a price tag to match? Until a few years ago, that’s what you were stuck with, but not anymore. Internet-based eyewear retailer Warby Parker has just 13 showrooms in the U.S., and one of them sits in a little corner of the Cannon Street menswear boutique, Indigo & Cotton. With most Warby Parker frames priced under $100 and so many to choose from (with names like Huxley, Edison, and Langston), you’re bound to find a pair that fits. And take a bigger look-see while you’re at Indigo & Cotton. Open since 2010, they’ve quickly developed a reputation for serving up hard-to-find and unique brands out of their humble storefront.