Warby Parker Presents ‘What’s New This Season’

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Armando Cabral dons Warby Parker's Mullins acorn tortoise glasses.
Armando Cabral dons Warby Parker’s Mullins acorn tortoise glasses.

Warby Parker Fall 2020 Eyewear Collection

Notable eyewear brand Warby Parker brings us a collection this fall that is as innovative as it is elegant and contemporary. The styles featured in this collection are relatively unisex and will fit both men and women. Warby Parker’s new lineup of glasses contains geometrical shapes and sharp lines. These details bring to mind popular design motifs from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. Although Warby Parker looks to the past for inspiration, the brand’s method of combining ideas, old and new, results in modern eyewear.

Related: Warby Parker Makes a Case for Color with Concentric Collection

When it comes to the eyewear collection’s colors, there are several muted tones, as well as deep green, brown, black, and dark blue. Still, Warby Parker offers more innovative choices with nude-colored glasses, making an appearance next to transparent frames, for those that don’t want their eyewear to make too much of a statement. Of course, as any collection that draws inspiration from the 1960s and 70s, tortoiseshell glasses are a must, and they are a smart option for fall.

A smart vision, Armando Cabral models Warby Parker's Landon glasses in whiskey tortoise.
A smart vision, Armando Cabral models Warby Parker’s Landon glasses in whiskey tortoise.

When it comes to eyewear production for this season, one of the most popular materials is plastic because of its versatility and reasonable price. It would seem that metal frames have gone out of fashion, and plastic is all the rage these days, and we are not surprised. Plastic frames are not only comfortable, but practical, and they look great; what’s not to love?

On trend, Armando Cabral sports Warby Parker's Durand low bridge fit glasses in crystal.
On trend, Armando Cabral sports Warby Parker’s Durand low bridge fit glasses in crystal.

All in all, when it comes to Warby Parker and the latest eyewear trends, you may consider square-framed glasses, deep and elegant tones, as well as stylish homages to the past. However, please do not get carried away by the trends: your glasses are an accessory that you are going to wear every day, so make sure to stay true to your style and complement your face shape.


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