Karlie Kloss x Warby Parker



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Yesterday, my instagram feed was filled with photos of the new Karlie Kloss Collection** at Warby Parker. Fresh and flattering glasses that are lively and graceful – with a nice help of personality. Warby Parker is that purveyor of cool “non-designer designer” eyewear at a price that is friendly to everyone. We’re talking vintage-inspired top quality frames and lenses (even prescription) starting at $95.

Karlie Kloss didn’t reveal the collection in her instagram until yesterday, but she’d already been spotted early in May wearing her Warby Parker line while strolling through NYC with her BFF Taylor Swift. I didn’t realise these two were super close friends. Check out photos from their recent road trip as seen in Taylor Swift’s and Karlie’s Instagram. Girl crush!






This sunwear collection benefits Edible Schoolyard NYC, an organization close to Karlie’s heart that builds, maintains, and staffs garden and kitchen classrooms in low-income public schools. The collection includes includes 3 shapes, 2 colors each, featuring ultra strong and lightweight japanese titanium. Each frames comes in both silver and gold metal with a colorful lens. At only $145 each, this limited edition collection is sure to sell out fast, so shop at Warby Parker now!


Limited edition Karlie Kloss x Warby Parker on sale now, $145 each.


Clara in Heirloom Gold with Copper Fade Lenses


Karlie is wearing her Marple in Heirloom Silver with Faded Slate Lens.


Marple features semicircular lenses and an upswept browline. It’s a little offbeat and a completely appealing.


To celebrate this great partnership, Warby Parker is donating to an organization dear to Karlie. Edible Schoolyard NYC works with low-income NYC public schools to build kitchens and gardens where they teach students to develop lifelong healthy habits. The donation will benefit two community farm stands in Brooklyn and East Harlem, where kids learn about food preparation in their own neighborhoods.

And as always with Warby Parker, for every pair sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need.



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