Durands round lenses and roomy width make a sharp first impression.
What do you get when you combine slim temple arms, a keyhole bridge, and a handsome ring of color around each lens? A good-looking frame for narrow faces named Haskell.
From our collaboration with Leith Clark comes Zelda, a two-tone cat-eye silhouette with a Polished Gold square bridge. Simple yet utterly distinct.
Piper is a wide frame with an understated cat-eye and a sloping browline. Flattering on all faces.
Finch’s sloping brow and slim walls make it a frame for all occasions.
Bankss graphic shape, generous width, and solid acetate walls give plenty of glamorous coverage.
Bookish but bold, Renwick hits the sweet spot with a narrow-medium fit and slightly round lenses.
Reilly is oversized but fits just right; a flattering browline punches up your look in a snap.
With its rectangular lenses and discreet dip at the brow, Orson is a looker if there ever was one.
With a generously rounded browline and flattering medium fit, Anders is a surefire crowd-pleaser.
Simone has it all: polished, professional, and perfectly sized.
With circular lenses and an extra-oversized silhouette, Bonnie is a multi-layered frame for those who live large.
Sheridan’s generously rounded lenses and titanium-and-acetate construction are a downright arresting combo.
Gradys rounded lenses are outlined in two distinct layers: first titanium, then acetate with eye-catching cutout details along the browline.
Reed sports a layer of precisely sculpted acetate between two layers of titanium, with tonal lenses for a monochromatic look.
Can’t decide between square and round lenses? Topper has both—a circular shape inflected with a few dashing angles.
Thanks to a winning trio of round lenses, ultra-slim construction, and deep bridge, Dahls got the scholarly yet playful thing down.
Windham is a wide silhouette with a lightly rounded brow and slim walls.
Oriel, a looker from our collaboration with Leith Clark, pairs a delicate eyewire with a bold browline, dressy filigree details and exposed screws on the nose bridge.
Looking for a wide-fit pair with heaps of feminine flair? Leighty’s your frame.
A frame from our collaboration with Leith Clark, Fleta features a Polished Gold titanium foundation and a larger-than-life acetate winged browline. A filigree-embellished nose...
Nancys oversized lenses and angled brow detail are right at home in your backyard or abroad.
A frame with some zip, Casey energizes a classic shape with oversized endpieces, square lenses, and a distinctive dip at the bridge.
Its hard to single out Ashbys most eye-catching quality: is it the super-cinched cat-eye shape? Or the contrasting layers of crystal and tortoise acetate?
Don’t be fooled by its narrow width; there’s nothing delicate about the Holcomb frame. With an acetate bridge and subtle cat-eye, it’s quite the looker.
Chelseas round lenses and sloping angles set a stylish tone.
A cat-eye frame with a delicate, rounded silhouette, Louise is slightly oversized and utterly elegant.
Goodney’s cat-eye silhouette flatters medium-sized faces and lively personalities.
Round, rimless lenses, an angular bridge with exposed screws, and a filigree-garnished construction make Lilia—a pair in collaboration with Leith Clark—the frame for bookish...
Bowens chiseled corners, straight browline, and wide fit make it an understated but unmistakably dashing frame.
Albert’s rectangular lenses are traced in super-lightweight titanium and feature adjustable nosepads. It’s a no-nonsense choice for medium-width faces.
Edgar’s chiseled edges and square-ish shape make it a bold choice, but its versatile medium fit makes it a sure thing.
Weltys keyhole bridge, curved browline, and slim acetate construction are a first-class combination.
Wiloughby helps you stand out in any crowd with its oversized eye wires and temples.
Upton’s subtle rectangular lines and flatters-every-face shape make it the perfect everyday frame.
A medium-sized frame, Talbot offers the best of both worlds with its half-stainless steel, half-acetate construction.
First popular in the 1930s, our take on this circular frame is ideal for medium sized faces and includes the Warby Parker signature plaque.
There’s no reason to mess with a good thing. Wilkie is our version of a never-fail frame, with a sloped rectangular eyeframe that flatters any face.
Outfitted with titanium temples, Crane Ti is an ultra-wearable classic with a slightly oversized silhouette.
Burke’s keyhole bridge and straight browline are distinctly debonair.