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The Warby Parker Fall 2019 Collection pays homage to the beauty of getting lost in a good book, and the excitement of a fresh new school year. The creatives that accompany these new beautiful glasses (all 23 of them) feature the stunning New York Public Library! It’s there where Warby Parker was born, a company named after two characters created by Jack Kerouac, Warby Pepper, and Zagg Parker.
The optimism at the start of the school year is hard to shake, even for those of us well past graduation. (How easy and thrilling it is to recall opening fresh supplies: new notebooks, pens, and even now, glasses.) Warby Parker had the pleasure of photographing their new Fall frames—all crisp acetate numbers, all 23 of them packed with scholarly spirit—inside a handful of the institution’s most studious enclaves: the Berg Collection, the Art & Architecture Reading Room, and, of course, the Rose Main Reading Room.
In support of the New York Public Library and in celebration of the new collection, Warby Parker is making a donation to their Early Literacy Initiative— held at library branches throughout the Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island—that gives young children and their families a welcoming and supportive environment in which to learn for free.
Glasses start at $95 and as always, for every pair purchased, a pair is distributed to someone in need.
Warby Parker now accepts certain UnitedHealthcare and Spectera vision plans. Eligible members can receive a new pair of glasses or prescription sunglasses for the cost of their copay, which is normally $25 or less. (That’s it!) There are other ways to save even without UnitedHealthcare or Spectera, like out-of-network reimbursement, FSA, or HSA.