The Pupils Project

Warby Parker’s Latest Collection Is Co-Designed By Some Insanely Famous People


October 9, 2018 Style : Accessories By
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Warby Parker’s latest collection for the Pupils Project is co-designed by 10 creative New Yorkers. Comprised of five eyeglasses and five sunglasses, the collection supports free vision screenings, eye exams and glasses for schoolchildren in need. The brand enlisted a range of notable figures to design the collection, and customers can pick styles designed by Rosario Dawson, Lena Dunham, Nikolai Fraiture, Iman, Fran Lebowitz, Humberto Leon, Mary-Louise Parker, Chloë Sevigny, Gloria Steinem and Michael K. Williams.

Ranging from timeless tortoiseshell eyeglasses to fashionable slim sunglasses, prices start at just $95. What’s more, 100 percent of each purchase supports the Pupils Project. Until now, the Pupils Project has given over 46,000 eyeglasses to students at 227 New York City public schools and has expanded its range to include 150 public elementary and middle schools in Baltimore.

With the purchase of a frame from this collection, customers will help the brand deliver over 30,000 new pairs of eyeglasses in the 2018-2019 school year and continue its outreach mission. The styles are first-rate, the price is affordable and the proceeds support real change — there’s no reason not to check this collection out.

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