There's a reason that Lula magazine's tagline is "Girl of my Dreams." The ladies in its pastel-hued pages have a way of looking wide-eyed, quirky and impossibly pretty at the same time, which isn't an easy thing to achieve. Stylist and longtime editor of Lula, Leith Clark -- who recently announced that she's leaving the title to pursue other projects, as well as a mysterious new venture called Violet -- is helping to make our fantasies of embodying that dream girl come true: She designed a limited-edition collection of frames for Warby Parker that's available to shop right now.
The lookbook stars Lula's Fall/Winter 2013 cover girl, actress Zoe Kazan, and the five-pair line includes both glasses and sunglasses. They're done in vintage-inspired shapes -- we love the cat-eyes and round spectacles -- and lenses in sweet hues like purple and pink. Clark has dipped her toe into the design world before (she created a capsule collection for cult-favorite label Wren last year) but her Warby Parker collaboration is more charming than we could have imagined.
The frames are for sale at $145 each, and, as always, for every pair purchased, one is donated to someone in need.