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Tansley Eyeglasses & Sunglasses

Tansley Sunglasses in Pearl Rose Horn
Tansley frames are crafted with custom cellulose acetate- a signature material used by Warby Parker for all their eyeglasses and sunglasses. Made in the measurements of 52-18-142, these medium framed sunglasses suit any face type

Sculpted Series Sunglasses

Skye Sunglasses in Jet Black and Ivory Horn with Classic Grey lenses
Each piece of the Sculpted collection has one thing in common- the contrasting layers of lamination in subtle shades, with the front layer shaped down to reveal the bottom layer. And this gives a prominent look to the entire frame- a frame-within-a-frame feel- right enough to shape your face and your persona.

Cerulean Sunglasses

Rauschenberg in Cerulean Crystal with Flash Mirrored Sky Blue lenses
To greet the bright summery skies with elegance, Warby Parker has partnered with the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation to craft limited-edition crystal beauties. After all, the green grass and cloudless skies lure you to stroll through winding lanes on sunny afternoons

Amanda de Cadenet x Warby Parker Sunglasses

Silvan Sunglasses in Peony
Whether you’re lazing by the pool and listening to summer songs or laying on a hammock to read your favorite book, there’s a pretty style waiting for you to brace this season with glimmer and glamor (we are high on alliteration today!).

Clementine Sunglasses

Clementine Sunglasses in Coral with Flash Mirror Cobalt lenses
If you are a lover of all-things vintage, or like to see yourself as a 60s vixen who doesn’t give a dime to what others think, these uber chic Clementine sunglasses are just for you. As Warby Parker describe the Clementine- “With an exaggerated brow, a hint of a keyhole bridge, and round lenses, mask those mischievous gleams (no peeping!) and exude your inner diva”.

Dorothy Sunglasses

Dorothy Sunglasses in Melon with Flash Mirror Rose Gold lenses
These vintage-inspired, cat-eye frames are an iconic style accessory, debuting the fashion scene in the 50s, with the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly and Elizabeth Taylor. This upswept shape, however, came under the spotlight with Audrey Hepburn in the early 60s.

Tilley Sunglasses

Tilley Sunglasses in Grapefruit Soda with Amber Gradient lenses
These works of art are your purrfect solution to go from ‘meh!’ to ‘oh wow!’ in a fraction of a second. Get ready to turn heads and bask in the attention drawn by these slightly oversized frames and feel like a star. Designed for breakfasts at fancy places, shopping trips, poolside lazing and everything in between, Tilley is sure to make you adhere to the life of celebrities!

Thea Collection Sunglasses

Thea Collection - Grace
Living up to Goddess Thea’s qualities, these alluring silhouettes are gems for your eyes and perfect to flaunt under the bright blue sky! The sunglasses in this collection are available in Jet Black and Red Canyon – your totally timeless, polished and completely refined companions to brace every weather, every mood!

Laurel 17 Collection

Laurel Eyeglasses in Espresso Tortoise
This sunny season, while you bask in the golden glow, don’t forget to cover your pretty peepers and add a whole lot of sass to your summertime. For that you will need a gorgeous and alluring pair of sunnies like the Laurel from Warby Parker

Leith Clark x Warby Parker Sunglasses

Fleta Sunglasses in Polished Gold
Warby Parker, a popular name in designer eyewear, has joined hands with yet another popular name in fashion - Leith Clark, to create gorgeous sunglasses and eyeglasses for the woman who wants to make a statement with her style. Well, who doesn’t?

Phipps Sunglasses

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21st century fashion is all about reinstating the classic by redefining the style elements of the classic era. The time-honored Windsor is crafted into a grander, modern version with contemporary construction techniques to be christened as Phipps. A lot rides on the material of glasses that saves your face from the harsh sun.

Hayes Collection

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Born in the 1940s, these brow-line glasses, were an instant hit for the next couple of decades and enjoyed popularity in stylings of iconic personalities like those of Cary Grant, Colonel Sanders, Lyndon B. Johnson, amongst others.