Warby Parker’s latest collection is a refreshing addition to the brand’s already stellar range of eyewear options. Following its “Basso” collection which launched last month, Warby Parker is back with a new range of eyewear made from premium Japanese titanium.
Titled the “Luminary” collection, the new range comprises five styles for optical and sun-wear, including reinterpretations of classic aviator and navigator frames. Inspired by “the visionaries, artists, and icons that aren’t afraid to be different,” the new collection features clean lines and bold retro silhouettes. The ’70s aesthetic is made complete with the inclusion of the “Abbott” style, a round-rimmed frame reminiscent of John Lennon. The “Abbott” sunglasses come in both regular and mirrored lenses, marking Warby’s first pair of reflective sunglasses since 2012. The full range of frames are available in heritage bronze, antique gold or brushed navy colorways.
The “Luminary” collection is available starting today, and retails online or in-store for $145.