Warby Parker and renowned artist Geoff McFetridge have teamed up for a new collaboration, the first sunglass collection with the brand. The collab will drop on July 23 with a starting price of $95. McFetridge has worked with Warby Parker in the past but the two entities look to further their bonds with the launch of a new collection of co-designed oversized sunglasses.
Names after Geoff’s hometown in Canada and studio location in Los Angeles, the collection will include a new circular Edgemont and rectangular Atwater frames in a sculpted acetate construction. Rosemary Crystal, Cacao Crystal, and Peppercorn Tortoise are three new colors that are introduced and each glasses comes with a special-edition frame case and lens cloth featuring Geoff’s artwork.
Warby Parker will donate to LA-Más – an urban design non-profit in Los Angeles that helps lower-income and underserved communities shape their future through policy and architecture — to celebrate the collection launch.
Most recently, Warby teamed up with Leith Clark for her third collaboration collection in January, and in May, the brand teamed up with Chloë Sevigny to introduce her first solo collection with the brand, Crystal Overlay.