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Warby Parker | The Beacon Collection



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Our Beacon Collection is inspired by impromptu, can’t duplicate-them all-nighters, when having no plans brings endless possibilities. To set the scene, we called on photographer Petra Collins, whose snaps of unsupervised
thrills and sweetly private moments reveal a lot of smarts and humor. Petra joined us one June evening on a detour through downtown Manhattan’s Doyers Street, an elbow shaped alleyway dotted with preserved neighborhood remnants and modern businesses. The collection name is a hat-tip to the morning star, which you can catch just after sunset or just before sunrise, depending on the time of year. We designed our Beacon Collection frames to make a similarly fine companion to late night dates, rooftop sunrises, and everything in between. There’s something just as unexpected about each new frame: they’re repeat contenders, no matter the hour.” ~ Warby Parker

Garrett’s flat browline and subtle keyhole bridge are a fine pair for those with distinct taste.


McKee is an easygoing, round frame that suits medium faces and cheery personalities.


With squared-off lenses and a dipped browline, Ingram is a nice choice for both leisurely pursuits and revelry.


Nancy’s oversized lenses and angled brow detail are right at home in your backyard or abroad.


The Beacon Collection is now  available at and in stores and
showrooms. Shop Now!

Did you know?

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That Warby Parker has an ongoing campaign called Buy a Pair , Give a Pair, for every pair of glasses sold, they distribute a pair to someone in need through their non-profit partners.

Visit to read more and to also watch the video.

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