We need to protect our eyes from the harsh sun rays and we can do that in a fashionable way. Warby Parker released its first sunwear collection for the year with a bunch of familiar frames but with some stylish spin into the design. Warby Parker retained its classic silhouette but with a new lens shape. You have to see the designs to appreciate its beauty.
This is the Laurel 16 Bellini.
This is the Downing 16 Lemon.
Classic mainstays- Haskell, Barkley, Piper-have been updated in new custom color combos, plus fashioned with crystal embeds along their bottom rims.
Vanessa is wearing the Haskell Pearl Horn.
The Barkley Striped Beach looks good on Armando.
Vanessa looks gorgeous wearing the Piper Digital Horn.
Co-founder and co-CEO, Neil Blumenthal says,
“These six frames are some of our bestsellers for a reason—their fit and shape look great on so many people. With this collection, we wanted to inject some freshness into them without compromising their original appeal. Our design team experimented with a handful of new constructions, updating the lens shapes with a few frames and embedding a sliver of crystal in custom acetate with three others.The result is a group of glasses that look as playful and modern as they do classic.”
Sun Collective frames are crafted from premium acetate and start at $95.As always, for every pair sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need. Check out warbyparker.com/sun-collective to view their complete collection.