A collaboration between four close friends, Warby Parker was conceived as an alternative to overpriced and boring eyewear. Everyone has a right to see, after all. Why not do so in style?


Inspired by the pop culture icon, Mr. Jack Kerouac, the name of the company was created from two of Kerouac's earliest characters: Zagg Parker and Warby Pepper. On a mission to address the lack of access to glasses worldwide, Warby Parker provides affordably fashionable specs while giving back. In fact, every pair of glasses sold, another gets distributed to someone in need. And you must meet the founders. Their headshots are too cute!

Just in time for spring, Warby Parker has refreshed some of their best loved frames — Winston, Duckworth, Preston and Wheeler — in their Palm Canyon Collection. Each frame features a hand-mixed acetate inset at the end piece, with patterns inspired by Color Field painters and midcentury minimalists. No two pairs are alike. Within the spring collection, there are eight new shapes and six new colors to cover every one of your looks! 

Stand out with modern classics, adventurous hues and attention-grabbing silhouettes. The Warby Parker prescription for cutting loose this season: change your clothes, swap your frames, switch your mood.

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