Warby Parker

Warby Parker is an American brand of prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses founded in 2010. Warby Parker sells online, and has a limited number of showrooms in the United States. By designing glasses in-house, the company is able to lower the cost of its glasses by a significant amount. The company's frame designs feature vintage-inspired style. Warby Parker has opened several retail stores in New York City, Los Angeles and Boston and has showrooms in Philadelphia, Oklahoma City, Chicago, Miami Beach, Charleston, SC, Nashville and Richmond, VA.
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