Eclipse viewers and others who like fashionable frames will be able to see clearly once eyewear company Moscot opens in Chelsea Market in mid-October.

The 1,000-square-foot space will be next to Anthropologie in a spot currently occupied by Fat Witch, which will move a few doors away.

This will be the fourth city location for the 102-year-old global eyewear company founded by Orchard Street peddler Great Grandpa Hyman in 1915.

Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio and Zoe Saldana are among the fans of the company-designed eyewear.

Great grandson Harvey Moscot and his son, Zack Moscot, a fifth generation owner, also celebrate their past with historical tchotchkes and treasures.

Arian Ahmadian of Maddox Retail represented Moscot while Chelsea Market’s ownership, Jamestown, was represented in-house.

On Tuesday, the block-long Chelsea Market began the opening of some of the grocery-focused retailers at its new 30,000-square-foot Chelsea Local.