There are some people in this world who know how to have fun with clothes, like Chloë Sevigny — which is why brands like to partner with her. Last year, Warby Parker and Sevigny created the Tate optical frames to support the Pupils Project, which provides free vision care to children in need. And this week, they released a new collaboration with her called the Crystal Overlay Collection.
Featuring four optical and five sunglasses styles, the collection gets its name from the crystal face that rests over the metal framework. The combination of the two materials gives the pieces a translucent, lightweight quality, which is especially nice now that it’s warm outside. The Tate, which sold out instantly when it dropped last year, makes a comeback. Also in the line: the Jenkins, a boxier style that comes in fun pomegranate and classic tortoise. If you prefer oversize, there’s the Daphne; while cat-eye fans will gravitate toward the Lindley.
Prices starting at $145 and every pair purchased will also help provide a pair to someone in need. See the collection below or shop the whole thing here.
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