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Sometimes you need to pull from the past to create something new. That’s the case for Warby Parker‘s latest—and first-of-its-kind—frame construction, which blends Warby‘s favorite (and most intricate) vintage design details with modern techniques devised at their New York City headquarters. The result is something special: a pair of frames that have never been made anywhere else.
Warby applied this complex construction to the new styles and outfitted them in seven new color combinations. For an extra- polished palette, they paired rich acetates like Rosewood Tortoise and Burnt Amber Tortoise with classic accent hues like Navy, Auburn, and Merlot. Then rounded out the frames with some top-notch hardware: exposed titanium bridges, barrel hinges, Akulon-coated screws, and adjustable silicone nose pads for an easy, anti-slip.
You can purchase the Archive Collection frames starting from $195. As always, for every pair sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need.
Dewey Eyeglasses in Rosewood Tortoise and Merlot •••
Webster Sunglasses in Jet Black and Burnt Amber Tortoise •••
Carraway Eyeglasses in Burnt Amber Tortoise and Navy •••