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.
Piper is a wide frame with an understated cat-eye and a sloping browline. Flattering on all faces.
Bankss graphic shape, generous width, and solid acetate walls give plenty of glamorous coverage.
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.
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.
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.
Upton’s subtle rectangular lines and flatters-every-face shape make it the perfect everyday frame.
Finch’s sloping brow and slim walls make it a frame for all occasions.
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.
Ripley’s round, stainless steel-rimmed lenses and acetate brow will catch admiring glances anywhere you ramble.
Kensett’s rounded browline and squared-off lenses make it a winsome frame well-suited to wide faces.
A modern classic, Roosevelt is a large, masculine frame with a keyhole bridge.
Designed for medium sized faces, the bold colors, tapered temple arms, and an impeccably crafted bridge bring our take on the classic square eyeframe to the present.
Sullivan combines smooth, rectangular angles with thin, tapered temples for a look that’s easy on the eyes.
Slightly narrower with a sloped rectangular shape, Oliver is as flattering as it is wearable.
Eaton’s smooth browline is an agreeable touch, and its spacious width will please those with larger faces.
You dont always want to make a big statement. Theos slim temple arms and lean, simple shape create a basic look— perfect for getting down to brass tacks.
It’s tough to top a classic frame, but Chalmer does a pretty good job with its contrast titanium temples and bridge.
Carnaby flirts with a vintage cat-eye silhouette—and couples titanium and acetate at the top rim.
With its redesigned lens shape, our limited-edition Downing 16 frame serves up bolder proportions while still maintaining its signature silhouette. Translation: Same fit, new look.
With a versatile, semi-rimless look, Wally has all of the makings of an everyday frame—and then some.
Constructed from lightweight Japanese titanium, Milton is ever-so-slightly oversized and ultra-agreeable. Premium cellulose acetate coils hand-wrapped around each round lens rim...
Tucker is a titanium frame featuring round lenses and a dramatically arched bridge. Offbeat and alluring.
Lionel—an aviator-style frame—is smart, slightly narrow, and crafted from premium Japanese titanium.
Raglan balances a bold shape and medium size with a thin rim and sloping browline. Ultra-flattering, too.
A cat-eye frame with slightly undersized lenses, Dorothy is a sleek riff on a midcentury silhouette.
Cant decide between square and round lenses? Topper has both a circular shape with an unexpectedly ridged bottom.
Streeter’s got a wide fit, rectangular lenses, and bold proportions. In short: personality— and lots of it.
A frame for all, Jenningss curved brow, keyhole bridge, and medium shape master any situation that calls for a killer pair of sunglasses.
With oversized end pieces and a pronounced dip at the bridge, Barrie boasts a bold shape (and a super-wearable width).