See What Happened at the Warby Parker Debut

The Nest buyer Donald Fowler in Warby Parkers
The Nest buyer Donald Fowler in Warby Parkers

Last night's Warby Parker event was clearly a success. According to our eyes-on-the-scene, the Nest was jam packed with shoppers in need of corrective lenses...or just a new look. And, apparently, people were really making spectacles of themselves [rimshot!].

Oh, and don't cry your eyes out if you missed last night's debut event. The Nest will have more than 100 different styles of Warby Parker eyeglasses -- sized for both men and women-- available through May 28 as it hosts the Warby Parker Pop-Up. See, this whole wearing glasses thing is really starting to look up, now isn't it?

And don't forget about that monocle.

Book smart: Warbys hanging out in the window of The Nest.
Book smart: Warbys hanging out in the window of The Nest.
Elaine Liner


 

Laura Busby, Beth Dotolo and Warby Parker's Royce Abrams flaunt their frames.
Laura Busby, Beth Dotolo and Warby Parker's Royce Abrams flaunt their frames.
Elaine Liner
For many shoppers, attempts to withstand the allure of Warby Parker were a bust.
For many shoppers, attempts to withstand the allure of Warby Parker were a bust.
Elaine Liner

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