Diamond DeShields’ path to becoming a WNBA All-Star was an unlikely one. She received her first pair of eyeglasses at 14, after being diagnosed with keratoconus—something that came as a shock to her, as “no one in my family wore glasses other than my grandma.” DeShields said, “The first day I got my glasses, I was looking at the leaves on trees and blades of grass. It was an emotional day." Through her partnerships with EssilorLuxottica and Oakley, “my ailment that I once saw as a setback is now my superpower,” DeShields said. The shooting guard for the Chicago Sky took to the stage to talk to Vision Source members at The Exchange to discuss her partnership with Oakley and EssilorLuxottica. Read More