The popular eyewear retailer opens its 200th brick-and-mortar store here in New York City.
Warby Parker’s newest Union Square store at 73 Fifth Avenue aims to continue the brand’s mission to be a one-stop-shop for exceptional, affordable vision care.
Warby Parker first opened in 2010 as an online-only retail eyewear brand. We boast a large selection of frames and an at-home try-on program that allows you to try on frames sent to your home to see how the glasses actually look. Like before committing to them. Warby Parker officially opened its first retail store on Green Street in 2013.
Browse a wide range of Warby Parker glasses and sunglasses, including the latest Deco and Winter collections, at the new Union Square store. Frames with prescription lenses start at $95, and if you have a prescription in hand, order everything you need in-store, including specialty lenses (including progressive lenses), daily contact lenses Scout by Warby Parker, third-party contacts and more I can do it. If you need a new prescription, Warby Parker can also do an eye test in-store.
The new Union Square store also features custom art by New York City artist Timothy Goodman.
Opening this week is Warby Parker’s new Morningside Heights store at 2875 Broadway. Like the Union Square store, the Morningside Heights store not only offers a wide selection of frames to choose from, featuring custom his art by Harlem native Nick His Row, but also offers an eye exam. increase.
To celebrate the opening of both stores, Warby Parker will host a special event at its Union Square store on December 17th. From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., guests can walk through the store and enjoy Chip City cookies and Breads Bakery hot his chocolates. Music from DJs Karl Blanchard and Scott Vernet, as well as custom posters featuring Goodman’s art will be available at the venue.
In 2023, New York City looks forward to opening Warby Parker’s next New York City store at 80th & Columbus (424 Columbus Avenue) across from the American Museum of Natural History. This next location is known as the Warby Parker Museum of the Blue-footed Booby, which honors the brand’s longtime unofficial mascot.
For more information on Warby Parker and its vision care products, please visit warbyparker.com.
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