Calling all Warby Parker fans: Today is your day. On Tuesday morning, the direct-to-consumer brand announced the launch of a new line of sunglasses called the Thea collection. The limited-edition collection features three pairs of frames -- Lovett, Grace and Penrose.
"The entire process, from initial inspiration to design to final production, usually takes at least 12 months," Warby Parker co-founder Dave Gilboa told The Huffington Post. "This time around took a bit longer, owing to the specialty detail we’re so excited to debut: Each frame is wrapped in a continuous line of stainless steel that’s been triple-coated in 24-karat gold. It took some patience, but it’s been well worth the wait."
If you're thinking that 24-karat sunnies will break the bank, you're correct. Prices for the new collection start at $195, coming in a little higher than most of their other glasses, which typically hover around the $95 mark. But they look so good, we may just dig into our pockets for the splurge. Check them out below and shop 'em on their site before they sell out!
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