To coincide with the launch of a new limited-edition collection, Warby Parker is making a donation to The Girlgaze Project, a multimedia platform created to support women in creative roles.
In collaboration with fashion photographer Amanda de Cadenet, Warby Parker is releasing three new styles of glasses, each designed in part by de Cadenet, who also works as a writer and runs her own production company. In addition, she’s the founder of Girlgaze, which runs a charitable program that raises grant money for women in the arts.
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