Monday, April 7, 2014

Do Good/Warby Parker



“Architecture for Humanity is
proof that good design can be
an impactful (and long-lasting)
resource in the most critical
situations. We’re happy to
celebrate the organization and
its 15 anniversary with this
collaboration.”
–Neil Blumenthal, co-CEO and co-founder of Warby Parker

“Warby Parker and Architecture for Humanity are like-minded organizations using good design to help many. Through these sales, we will be able to bring more design, construction and development services where they are most critically needed.”
– Matt Charney, chair, board of directors, Architecture for Humanity 


Warby Parker's signature retro-hip frames, excellent customer service (free shipping/free returns), stylish website, and their home try-on program that allows you to try on 5 of your favorite pairs for 5 days 100% free is genius!

When the marketing department from Warby Parker contacted me about writing a post to help spread the word about their collaboration with Architecture for Humanity, I was more than willing to help a company that does so much good in the world. I have always admired the Warby Parker look and any business that gives a portion of their proceeds to help others in need, has my vote and as always, when you purchase a pair of glasses from Warby Parker, they provide a pair to someone in need.

For over 15 years, Architecture for Humanity has helped millions of children and individuals that live in vulnerable communities have a safe place to learn, live and play. I believe that those who serve to give aid and relief to people in need will be blessed in immeasurable ways!

Two new frames have been designed for their collaborative efforts with Architecture for Humanity. The Aslin and the Fowler have streamlined angles and are built with materials that are meant to last. Created with Japanese titanium and Warby's signature acetate, you can depend on these glasses to last you through the years.

Starting today, the collaboration between Warby Parker and Architecture for Humanity begins. You can order your stylish glasses at Warby Parker stores and online at WarbyParker.com/Architecture-for-humanity. The cost is an affordable $145 per pair.

Below are the stylish new looks. My favorite is the Aslin in Oak Barrel, at first sight they won my heart over with the clean lines and darker shades.












I hope you will go check out the Warby Parker website and comb through the stylish selections they have to offer, you will be sure to fall in love! 

1 comment:

House Envy said...

love the look of these and it is always nice to know that your purchase is helping others. thanks for the information!

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