We Dare You Not To Fall In Love With Leith Clark's New Collection For Warby Parker

Cat eyes galore

Photo courtesy of Warby Parker

Feast your eyes: Warby Parker has once again teamed up with fashion editor and stylist Leith Clark to concoct a collection of eyewear that’s as charming as it is quirky. 

Inspired by everything from Diane Keaton in Annie Hall to antique Russian sewing chatelaines, Clark worked alongside the team at Warby Parker to develop a new offering that channeled a heavy ‘70s influence mixed with a bookish, almost-nerdy allure. You can expect styles ranging from ivory-winged sunnies to completely rimless numbers, a first for the brand. Unsurprisingly, there is also a healthy dose of gold filigree detail and cat eyes sprinkled throughout the collection. Even those of you with perfect vision will find it hard not to fall in love with the sweet, lady-like frames.

 
Photo courtesy of Warby Parker 

And it doesn’t stop just there. In celebration of the brand’s partnership with Clark, they’re donating a percentage of proceeds to one of her favorite causes: Girl Up, the United Nations Foundation’s campaign that encourages girls to raise awareness and supports UN programs that provide life-changing opportunities around the world. And, as always with Warby Parker, a pair is donated to someone in need with every pair sold.

The five new styles—both eyeglasses or sunglasses—are available now, all starting at $145 each. Click through the gallery below to check out each one, and be sure to shop your favorites online at WarbyParker.com.