There’s never a wrong time to snag yourself a new pair of sunglasses, right? Sure, your collection has hit double digits in the past few months, but that doesn’t mean there is any room to grow your eyewear addiction.*
With that said, it’s time to introduce Warby Parker and Entireworld’s first-ever collaboration together with their brand-new take on Warby’s classic Hatcher frames.
These classic, 70s-inspired acetate aviator frames are a fan favorite at Warby Parker. So, for this collab, Entireworld founder Scott Sternberg (with whom we actually had the opportunity to interview last year) decided he’d take these frames into his own world by giving them the classic Entireworld color treatment.
If you’re unfamiliar, Entirworld is known for its eclectically mundane use of color. It’s very monochromatic yet in-your-face at the same time. A stand-out yet stand-in palette, if you will.
I found out about this collaboration a few weeks back when I got an email asking me to choose my favorite color of the options listed below.
If you know me, you’ll know I’m a sucker for green. My bed is green. My water bottle is green. The chair at my desk is green. Hell, I’ve got twelve green plants overpopulating my bedroom in my tiny Brooklyn apartment. Green is my thing.
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Just a few days later, I was rummaging through my mailbox and found a pair of green sunnies gifted to me by Warby Parker and Entireworld’s newest collab. I put them on without thinking and realized they matched exactly what I was wearing. But, the best part about them? I have a solid feeling they’d match just about anything I’d wear with them, unlike a lot of other colored sunnies on the market.
Because Warby Parker and Entireworld chose to keep these colors so drowned out, they’re able to incorporate well into clothing without clashing. It’s kind of genius if you ask me.
Because both brands have a history of working with artists to promote their line of products, they paired with four emerging artists from across the globe to create photorealistic works of art through their own styles.
Additionally, in celebration of the collab, the folks at Warby Parker and Entireworld are making a donation to the Equal Justice Initiative, an organization that focuses on ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment for people in the United States, challenging racial and economic injustice and protecting basic human rights to those that are more vulnerable in America.
And, as always, for every pair of sunglasses purchased, Warby Parker will distribute a pair to someone in need. Does it get any better than that?
You can snag yourself a pair of these brand-new sunnies right now for just $95. Trust us, you aren’t going to want to miss out on this collab. Step up your summer style now.
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