Leith Clark And Warby Parker's New Collaboration Is A Lesson In '60s Chic
We've been crazy-huge fans of revolutionary eyewear giant Warby Parker since it first burst onto the fashion scene in 2010. In the three magic years since, we've watched as countless vision-impaired individuals (and a few fakers) have turned to the retailer for new spectacles that are as on-trend as they are practical.
Warby Parker's latest innovation is a collection with Leith Clark, a lauded editor and stylist from across the pond who's dedicated to all things femme, colorful and vintage. With five styles from which to choose in silhouettes that are undeniably of girly, '60s influence, we invite you to get swept up in the eyewear collaboration of the year. Not to mention, a percentage from each sale goes to Girl Up (in addition to Warby Parker's Do Good movement), a United Nations Foundation campaign to raise awareness and funds among American girls for international, life-changing UN programs. As if you needed another reason to shop these specs.
Click through above to shop Clark's full line of dreamy glasses for Warby Parker, and head to WarbyParker.com for more information.