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Warby Parker fuses a complex architecture of acetate for their new Super Concentric line

Each frame takes three months to create.
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Warby Parker Super Concentric

Described as their most complex eyewear designs to date, Warby Parker introduces its new Super Concentric line, a range of eyewear that takes three months to complete each frame. The frames each feature several layers of acetate that are layered on top of eachother by hand and then are carefully fused together to create a seamless finish with tri-color blocking. The color palette of crystal, oak barrel, and blue bay are available in three silhouettes to complement a variety of face shapes and sizes. 


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