Leith Clark has been for the long time role model in many ways for teenage girls and those little bit older. This dreamy-minded girl, founder of our beloved publication Lula (we are so sad the 17th issue was the last one) has the perfect sense of style and strong voice of young, successful and determined woman who at the same time loves frocks that look like cupcakes. I do believe what you think reflects your style in many ways and always has been interesting to see how her feminist thoughts reflect her juvenile style.
These days Leith’s thoughts were about the vision of a world through spectacles and she did a collaboration with Warby Parker, opticians whose philosophy is to create boutique-quality, classically crafted eyewear at a revolutionary price point. Inspired by smart-looking and smart-thinking individualists (like Zoe Kazan who models for lookbook), 1960s, librarians, nerdy girls, five models Marva, Greta, Aurora, Wednesday, and Willow come in both optical and sunwear.
Leith likes glasses we had when we were kids—or that our dad wore when we were kids—and wearing them now. She likes Bergman. Big thick glasses on a little, tiny face. When there are etchings or engravings or magically-made materials. She like pearls, brass, opera glasses. Everything being all violet. She like seeing the world with a pretty pink tint to it. Leith collaboration with Warby Parker just confirmed what we have known for a while now- somehow we just love to observe the world through Leith Clark’s point of view.
see more of the loveliness below and visit Warby Parker for more info
Warby Parker is company with a good cause- for every pair of glasses sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need.