With fall fashion comes fall accessories. You already know to bring out your favorite fall necklaces, bracelets and rings, but have you thought about updating your eyewear?
Whether you’re looking for a pair of stylish sunglasses for those sunny walks in the park, or cute bluelight glasses for your time in the office, Warby Parker has you covered with a new collection, its third collaboration with forever it-girl Chloë Sevigny—and they’ve brought back a fan-favorite frame.
Warby Parker first collaborated with the actress-director in 2018. The Pupils Project Collection added a charitable component that brought glasses to school children, and it also marked our first introduction to the Tate style of glasses.
The Tate style was an instant classic, selling out fast during both of the Warby Parker x Chloë Sevigny collections. The frame boasts a crystal face front made in acetate and layered over a metal framework.
Dainty, soft oval shapes and clean cut aesthetics make for a great universal pair of glasses or sunglasses.
This collection keeps things simple with two original color choices. Make a statement in Nutmeg Crystal with Polished Gold, or Crystal with Polished Silver. The solid options are versatile for a variety of looks.
Each pair of glasses comes with a special cleaning cloth designed by Lizzy Bougatsos; a musician, artist and friend of Sevigny’s. The cloth’s back is printed with a collage of lips and eyes, adding a bit of flirty fun to your day. The glasses case also features an art print from Bougatsos’ archives.
The collection is perfect for everyday wear, or you can style them with your favorite look for a night on the town, and Warby Parker will continue to distribute a pair of glasses for ever pair sold.
Sevigny has been busy the last few years, most recently appearing in the latest season of Netflix hit Russian Doll and starring in the Hulu mini-series The Girl from Plainville.
See more of the Warby Parker x Chloë Sevigny collection below, and try the shades on yourself in stores in New York City, Los Angeles and Miami; and online at warbyparker.com.
Photography by: Courtesy of Warby Parker