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Warby Parker has collaborated for a second time with actress Chloë Sevigny, this time for a full collection of eyeglasses and sunglasses. Each frame in the Crystal Overlay collection features a metal framework covered by a crystal face, offering a unique look. The frame from Sevigny’s first collaboration, called the Tate, is available once again in the new collection.
The collection features men’s and women’s frames, in both narrow and wide fits. The Tate, for example, falls into the wide category at 50-21-145 and is also available as sunglasses. If a midcentury look is what you crave, the Tate has it in spades.
Or, consider the more oversized look that the Jenkins offers. At 52-40-120, the frame is a bit wider and available in both canyon tortoise and pomegranate with riesling (think brown and pink). Don’t automatically skip over the pomegranate – it’s a great looking frame in a hue that stands out. The Jenkins is also available as sunglasses in both the canyon and pomegranate colors.
Glasses in the Crystal Overlay collection start at $145 (including lenses), and for every pair purchased, a pair is distributed to someone in need.
In case this collection doesn’t tickle your fancy, we put our favorite Warby Parker glasses for big heads in the Chubstr shop. They are available in a wide variety of colors and materials. I’m partial to the Lowry in Tortoise. More interested in Warby Parker wide sunglasses? We picked our favorites there too. Many of these frames start at $95, so shop for your favorites in the bunch. Or, shop all of Warby Parker's wide glasses at their website.