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We are thrilled to announce that the limited-edition Amanda de Cadenet x Warby Parker collaboration eyeglasses are coming back!  


Silvan and Ella are the ultra-popular gender neutral frames named after Amanda’s twins. Flattering on a menagerie of faces, they’re back for just a short time more.


“Working with Amanda has been a uniquely fun, collaborative experience.  We’re proud to continue supporting #girlgaze as she brings increased attention to women and their creative endeavors—especially at a time when equality and empowerment are needed most.” 

—Warby Parker Co-Founder and Co-CEO Neil Blumenthal.


“I was literally getting stopped on the street by people asking when my #AdeCxWarby gender-neutral frames would be available again, so I am excited to be working with the Warby Parker team once more.  I’ve always respected their heart for driving positive social good so I’m proud to continue this partnership.”

—Amanda de Cadenet


Ella is an optical frame in Jet Black with bold, gold accents on the frame’s temple.  Also in eyeglasses, Silvan comes in Peony—a nod to the signature pink of #girlgaze.



Jet Black




To toast the frames once more, Warby Parker will be making a donation to the Girlgaze Foundation.

Available September 19. Frames starting at $95. 

As always, for every pair of Warby Parker frames sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need.

Photography by Amanda de Cadenet



Creative Jobs for our Girlgaze Photographers

From Amanda's collaboration with Warby Parker, we were able to enact one the Girlgaze initiatives (to get girls jobs) by securing 19 photographers from our community a paid photography gig creating original content to promote the glasses. 

Now with this re-launch of the frames, we are excited to bring another 10 #girlgaze photographers a paid photography opportunity.

See the images from the social campaign at #AdeCxWarby.