Inspired by the ’20s glamour and living well, Eyewear brand, Warby Parker just released three limited edition styles called The 1922 Collection that offers three new frames (the Porter, Joplin and Duke) with each pair features that comes with a sunglasses version paired their custom-made acetate frames with lightweight stainless steel. The frames come in assorted colors and are both available for men and women.
The “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” eyewear maker, Warby Parker introduces the Titanium Collection with more than fourteen design frames combines titanium sourced from Japan with temples made from signature Warby Parker custom acetate, as well as non-rocking spring hinges from France. A custom nose pad offers a soft, anti-slip fit that is virtually pressure-free (no rubbing), while an innovative Ion Plating technique finishes the frames with unparalleled durability, strength, and color richness.
Today , Warby Parker introduced Warby Parker’s Fall collection, with brand new frames and fresh new hues inspired by our favorite signs of fall – jumping in leaves, applepicking or even Halloween. The Warby Parker if you’re not familiar with the organization is that with every pair of glasses ordered (every pair is $95), Warby Parker will donate a pair of glasses to someone in the developing world. It’s pretty much a win-win situation; you get a new look for fall, and someone who can’t afford glasses gets a helping hand—so what you get is more than what you see.
With nearly 1 billion people don’t have access to glasses that need them. That means that 15% of the world’s population is unable to effectively learn or work because they can’t see clearly. Neil Blumentahl as one of the founders of Warby Parker – the hip online retailer of frames and lenses that lets users try on five styles free before purchasing one. The company launched a “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” program, which operates exactly as it sounds — Warby Parker will donate a pair of glasses to a community in need for every pair purchased on their website. Warby Parker’s non-profit partners provide glasses and training to low-income entrepreneur in developing countries to start their own business selling glasses.