Have you seen the new Leith Clark x Warby Parker collection? The frames—available as eyeglasses and sunglasses—have such retro, whimsical vibe to them with a good dose of ladylike charm. The founder of the British publication Lula Magazine, Leith is also known for her work with Harper’s Bazaar U.K. and Italian Vogue, her celebrity styling.
As always with Warby Parker, for every pair of glasses sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need. A percentage from each Leith Clark x Warby Parker sale goes to Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation campaign mobilizing American girls to raise awareness and funds for UN programs that provide life-changing opportunities to girls around the world.
From Leith herself (pictured above with model Zoe Kazan): “I like the 1960s, librarians, nerdy girls. I like glasses you had when you were a kid—or that your dad wore when you were a kid—and wearing them now. I like Bergman. Big thick glasses on a little, tiny face. When there are etchings or engravings or magically-made materials. I like pearls, brass, opera glasses. Everything being all violet. I like seeing the world with a pretty pink tint to it.”
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What do you think of the collection? Which frames are your favorite?