In 2018, Chloë Sevigny was one of the 10 selected New Yorkers to partner with Warby Parker on an assortment of eyeglasses and sunglasses to support the Pupils Project, a program that provides free vision care to schoolchildren who need it most. Sevigny helped create the brand's Tate frames, a midcentury-inspired style.
According to the Warby Parker team, it was a popular pick among customers, and on Tuesday morning, the eyewear brand hopes to replicate the success of its first collaboration with Sevigny from last year with the release of its Crystal Overlay collection.
Starting at $145, fans of the original frame can now purchase it in a sunglasses version, as well as four new styles inspired by Tate's understated aesthetic. The collection's new additions include the Daphne, Lindley, Jenkins and Whitaker, all of which are comprised of a crystal face front and metal framework in muted, subdued hues.
In typical creative New Yorker fashion, Sevigny gathered up her closest friends to model the Crystal Overlay range for a lookbook, which was shot by photographer Alex Phillipe Cohen at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden. You can see more imagery in the gallery below, as well as shop the newly collection its website now. Every pair purchased will also help provide a pair to someone in need.
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