Celebrate Indigenous Art with Us!


We believe that art is transformative, and that eyewear can be the canvas to share stories and art from around the world. AYA Eyewear was first launched in 2009 in collaboration with renowned First Nations Artist Corrine Hunt and has continued to flourish and grow every year.


We are committed to the details and realize that beautiful design takes time, precision and attention, so we don’t cut corners. We stand by our product. We treat our artists as our partners and make sure that their stories and art are always shared in the most heartfelt authentic way.


We take pride in our service and seek opportunities to give back to the communities we serve. AYA Eyewear is truly a brand that stands out from the crowd and is loved by Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities alike.

This gallery highlights some of our favourite optical frames. Enjoy!

Optical Frames


A delicate yet stylish option that can easily work with a high-powered suit or a weekend casual look.  Available in warm crystal brown with blue hues or crystal clear--take your pick!  Incredibly detailed raven artwork embellishes the temples and then transitions again into smoke crystal tips.


A modern take on a retro look. These glasses are truly unique and will set you apart from the crowd. Dixon flaunts a bold brow bar profile and exudes confidence. Metal and acetate combination makes for a solid durable frame and adjustable nose pads allow for increased comfort and a customized fit. Featuring a dynamic Bear design by Ojibwe artist Donald Chretien.


This bold and assertive frame brings a new attitude to this classic silhouette.  This style took months to develop and is part of our first series to integrate metal inlay with printed technology.  Inspired by Phil Grays iconic sculptural pieces, Paxton is truly wearable art.


Bonnie is a delicate yet stylish option that can be worn virtually anywhere. Lightweight metal and acetate combination frame.  Slightly upswept for a subtle cat eye look and adjustable nose pads for increased comfort and customized fit. Featuring the awe inspiring artistry of Ojibwe artist Donald Chretien. The loon clan was given the power of chieftainship, and by working with the crane clan ensured a balanced government. The loon is a great listener and proudly speaks for others.


Kayla is a lightweight frame with a semi rimless metal front and handmade acetate temples featuring a 'Harmony' design (Wolf, Orca, Raven) by Corrine Hunt. This frame features the flexibility of adjustable nose pads and can accomodate progressive lenses.


This striking piece is right on trend with a flattering cateye front and gorgeous stainless temples featuring Corrine Hunt’s Eagle/Raven design.  Another real stand out feature of these glass is the unique acetate designs.  This piece is really a stunner.

Turtle Island

This glass is rich in story and tradition. Artist Donald Chretien, masterfully incorporates the Ojibwe turtle design onto this classic style.  Vibrant and incredibly detailed in design Turtle Island is the name of North America according to some Indigenous groups.


Colin sports an updated vintage look with subtle rivet detailing on the front. This larger sized frame features a bold bear design by Corrine Hunt on the temples.  Available in a classic black with crystal back for a softer contrast on your face, a beautiful grey demi with blue grey bottom or a matte black with a grey bottom.  This frame has a spring hinge for additional flex and comfort.


Is it square or is it round? We aren’t entirely sure but that is what makes this shape so wearable for many face shapes. With an acetate top and shiny metallic rims below, Gabe has a club master vibe but in a in a refreshed contemporary way.  This unisex frame combines polished accents of silver or gold seamlessly with a hand made acetate and adjustable nose pads for a more comfortable fit.


This classic retro rounded acetate frame is sure to please. Lustrous polish and vibrant colors, this glass also has a spring hinge for extra comfort. Featuring a Hummingbird design by Corrine Hunt. The hummingbird symbolizes joy and playfulness, as well as adaptability. Available in Berry, Horn and Teal colors.