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Have you ever wondered how Warby Parker glasses are made? How can they make such amazing designer frames and sell for such a low price? Well, just read on to find out exactly how your frames are made.
- Inspiration & Perspiration
The Warby Parker in-house design team gathers inspiration from around the globe. Then each frame is designed in-house from initial sketch to prototype testing to final design.
The Warby Parker designers cook up custom pattern variations and features, like their never-before-seen triple-gradient lenses
The Warby Parker lenses are impact-resistant and UV 400 protected. All optical lenses include super hydrophobic anti-reflective and anti-scratch coatings.
- Materials (only the good stuff)
From premium Japanese titanium to custom single-sheet cellulose acetate sourced from a family-run Italian factory, they only use the best materials.
- Construction Work
Acetate frames are hand-polished and tumbled for at least three days. An imported German polishing wax compound helps to achieve the highest shine.
- Off they go! All frames are inspected at least twice before finding their way to you.
By circumventing traditional channels, designing glasses in-house, and engaging with customers directly, Warby Parker is able to provide higher-quality, better-looking eyewear at a fraction of the going price. Check out their Fall 2014 Collection – nine new shapes, two new colors. A little something for everyone.