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If you weren’t able to get your hands on those cute oversized glasses from Warby Parker’s collaboration with Amanda de Cadenet (mom, writer, photographer, director — the list goes on) before they sold out earlier this year, you’ve been granted another shot. The OG direct-to-consumer eyewear brand is bringing the frames back to celebrate the launch of Amanda’s new book, It’s Messy: On Boys, Boobs, and Badass Women.
Both original frames, the Silvan and the Ella (named after de Cadenet’s twins!) will be available in stores and online starting today for $95. They’re big, quirky, and fun — perfect whether you’re a kid or just still feel like one.
As part of the collaboration, Warby Parker will be making a donation to girlgaze — de Cadenet’s organization dedicated to giving young female-identifying photographers the tools, guidance, and support they need to break into the male-dominated industry — to help establish grants.