“Superman is the original do-gooder, and eyeglasses are a defining part of Clark Kent’s iconic look,” says Warby Parker co-founder Neil Blumenthal. “When we started Warby Parker, we made a conscious decision to build a company that could be profitable and do good in the world without charging a premium for it. The Warby Parker x “Man of Steel” collection includes the CHAMBERLAIN and PERCEY, two frames—one bold and one bookish—with graphic pops of color at the temple arm. Each is perfect for all of your civilian responsibilities.”
Chamberlain – Is a bold rimmed black frame with a subtle hit of color at the temple arm. Measures 50-18-140 and retails for $95.00.
Percey – With its slim rounded shape and keyhole bridge this bookish and understated tortoise frame has a pop of color embedded in the temple arm. Measures 48-20-140 and retails for $95.00.
Warby Parker will also donate fifteen dollars from each $95 purchase to 826NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students’ ages 6-8 with their writing skills. And, as always, with every pair of frames purchased, Warby Parker will distribute a pair of frames to a person in need.
Warby Parker also offers a free (5) pair (5) day Home Try-On Program, giving you the opportunity to try-on several styles at home and select which frame suits you best.