See What Happened at the Warby Parker Debut

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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.


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