Posted on July 1st 2013 by
If you swear by aviator frames then look no further to Warby Parker’s new collection. I had the pleasure of previewing the Meridian collection that is designed for renegade travelers and roaming aviators, a tool for impromptu expeditions and perilous treks. Inspired by the geographical mark that pilots use to determine their longitudinal degree. The inspiration came from those global rebellious adventurers soaring in cramped cockpits. This collection features sunglasses for off-road excursions and uncharted territory. The three frames are teardrop-shaped and fashioned from Japanese ion-played titanium. They’re named after some of Warby Parker’s favorite disruptive writers- Fredrick Exley, Ellen Raskin, and Flannery O’Connor. Each author lived a vivid life, on and off the page. Available in jet silver and polished gold, theses chic sunglasses are made for a cinematic slow-reveal, whatever your locale.
From top to bottom: Exley polished gold and jet silver, Flannery polished gold and jet silver, Raskin polished gold and jet silver.
Find the collection online at Warby Parker and at Warby Parker retail locations.