Warby Parker, the brand famous for creating amazingly affordable, vintage-tinged eyewear, is launching a special sunglasses design exclusively for the organization Invisible Children. The company has a history of helping others, as they have already distributed over 30,000 pairs of prescription glasses to those in need with their “Buy One, Give One” program. The brand has yet to release any concrete details about the glasses or give a release date, but you can sign up over at Warby Parker to be the first to know when these become available. The glasses appear to be a versatile black rounded frame with a keyhole nose bridge and dark black lenses. A logo for Invisible Children appears on the lefthand temple and the phrase “Do more than just watch” appears on the inside arm in reference to the organization’s effort to raise awareness about child soldiers in Africa and the struggles they face. We’re signing up to be on the list because we are in favor of stylish sunglasses and raising awareness, simple as that. Now get on the list so you can help others and look good at the same time.
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