Eye wear fans of Warby Parker can now rock a custom limited edition t-shirt created in collaboration with New York fashion label Public School. The t-shirts can be purchased at the Warby Parker Soho location until Sunday. The New York based companies team up for the #PupilsProject which provides free eye exams and glasses to students in need.
Often students who need glasses and don’t have them are misdiagnosed with learning disabilities or become disengaged in school, negatively impacting their academic, social, and future economic potential. It’s estimated that of the 1.1 million students enrolled in New York City schools, over 200,000 of them lack the glasses they need to learn.
The cool thing about Warby Parker, founded by Neil Blumenthal and David Gilboa, is for every pair of prescription glasses purchased someone in need will also receive a pair.
And 100% of the purchase from the new graphic tees designed by Public School will support the #PupilsProject to get more glasses to more students.
This is a chance to use consumer power to help the world get better. But remember the Public School x Warby Parker tee’s are only available at the Soho store, 121 Greene Street NYC, until Sunday.
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