Warby Parker has sure been busy. Since their launch early last year, the brand has been shelling out tons of their incredibly chic (and incredibly cheap!) eyewear, and has donated over 50,000 pairs of glasses to those in need. If that wasn't enough, they've made a second collection of frames, and have no less than three sunglass lines in the works: One with Invisible Children, one of Warby Parker's own, and one in collaboration with Suno that we have been waiting on pins and needles for. While we'll have to wait a little bit longer for the latter two, the Invisible Children sunglasses were recently released and are available on Warby Parker's website for $95, with $30 going to Invisible Children as well as a pair of optics that will be donated, too. Starting tomorrow, Warby Parker will also be participating in Wieden + Kennedy's pop-up, simply titled SHOP, which features more than 40 local fashion brands who'll be packing some sweet deals, including custom orders, food by Baohaus' Eddie Huang, and tunes curated by Fool's Gold Records. SHOP will be open starting tomorrow, June 16, and will only last through June 20, so be sure to get there and support Warby Parker and all of those fabulous, innovative brands.
Wieden + Kennedy New York "SHOP," June 16 to June 20, 150 Varick Street (between Vandam and Spring streets), 6th Floor; 917-661-5200.