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I’m going to just jump right in here with a video about Architecture for Humanity–
I love the idea of a more sustainable future for communities in need around the world.
To celebrate Architecture for Humanities 15 years of design, Warby Parker has released 2 new collaborative frames – the Aslin and Fowler. These frames, like Architecture for Humanity, are designed with built to last materials and streamlined angles for elegance and sustainability.
Why is Warby Parker celebrating Architecture for Humanity? Simple really, Warby Parker is committed to making the world a better place for everyone. Their employees, their customers, and the world at large.
Did you know for every pair of glasses purchased at Warby Parker they give a pair to someone in need? They call it their Buy a Pair, Give a Pair program. It’s companies like these that remind me how blessed I am, and how much good there is in the world.
Currently Princess V likes to tell me that she needs glasses “This eye is blurry mom! I can’t see. When are we getting me glasses?”
Glasses can give so much comfort to people with poor eyesight – but they aren’t always attractive. I am personally digging the new Aslin glasses. The natural look combined with a little pop of color in the corners speaks to me.
However, since I don’t currently need glasses to see, I do enjoy a good pair of sunglasses. The Fowler is a sleek pair that is not overly bulky like the ones Mark enjoys, but still seems to afford proper coverage for the eye’s protection.
Looking for ways to help give back to communities in need?
See if their is a local chapter of Architecture for Humanity near you.