Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Karlie Kloss x Warby Parker Capsule Collection SS14

Warby Parker was founded with a rebellious spirit and a lofty objective: to offer designer eyewear at a revolutionary price, while leading the way for socially-conscious businesses. Both their SS14 and Karlie Kloss collections offer a range of frames and colours that will add a touch of class to your summer wardrobe, but it is their capsule collection with the supermodel - that benefits the Edible Schoolyard in New York City - that I’d like to touch on in this post.

As I mentioned, each sale of Karlie Kloss frames – which are available in 3 classic looks, the Julia, Marple and Clara - will benefit the Edible Schoolyard which is an organisation that provides kitchens and gardens to low-income public schools, giving students the tools to develop lifelong healthy habits. Not only that, like all of Warby Parker’s existing collections, for every pair sold of their capsule collection with Karlie, they will distribute a pair to someone in need through their non-profit partners.

Working in collaboration with Karlie, Warby Parker created three pairs of glasses which embodied the super’s warm personality and go-get-‘em energy. The result, as you can see, is a range that is both versatile and insanely flattering. There are also several lens options to choose from if you so desire to take your frames to the next level.

This is what Karlie had to say about the collaboration:

“Collaborating with Warby Parker on this capsule collection was an amazing experience. I’ve always admired their commitment to social enterprise and am so excited that our partnership is supporting Edible Schoolyard NYC’s inspiring work.”

The Karlie Kloss x Warby Parker frames are available now online and in Warby Parker stores. They cost a very affordable $145 each.


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