From our partnership with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum comes Cooper, a new pair of glasses with roots in older inspirations.
Our frames are made from custom cellulose acetate produced for Warby Parker by a 150-year old Italian family-owned company. Unlike plastic, cellulose acetate can be produced in brilliant colors and patterns; it also retains its shape and sheen with age. We use some of the sturdiest hinges on the market to produce superior durability.
Each pair features titanium sourced from Japan and temples made from our signature custom acetate. A custom nose pad offers a soft, anti-slip fit that is virtually pressure-free. For a flawless finish, we’ve used an innovative Ion Plating technique that produces unparalleled durability, strength, and color richness.
All of our lenses are coated twice with one of the best anti-reflective coatings on the market. In addition, they receive an anti-scratch coating to help maintain superior vision through everyday use.
We also offer digital free-form progressives lenses in either optical or sunwear frames.
Pick out five frames from a selection of our favorites to try on at home—we’ll ship them to you for free! You’ll have 5 days to try on your frames and see what looks best. When you’re finished, simply drop the package in the mail and order your favorite pair.LEARN MORE>
We partner with non-profits that train low-income entrepreneurs to sell affordable glasses. Approximately one billion people don’t have access to affordable glasses. Glasses can increase one’s income by 20%, enable students to see a blackboard and offer dignity to those with poor eyesight. Warby Parker works with experienced non-profit partners to ensure that each sale of our frames will give someone in need access to affordable glasses.LEARN MORE>