- Dale Arden Chong |
Direct-to-consumer eyewear company Warby Parker continues to expand its Los Angeles presence with its newest addition to the Southern California city. The brand opens up its final location for 2019 on West 3rd Street, near The Grove and The Beverly Center—two prominent shopping centers in the city. According to an announcement from the brand, the retail location features original murals by artist Geoff McFetridge, who recently collaborated with Warby Parker to design two pairs of glasses.
To celebrate the artist’s contribution to the store and the brand, Warby Parker will be bringing back four non-prescription styles from the collaboration that will be sold exclusively at the 3rd Street location. The location will also offer eye exams by an independent optometry practice, which customers can schedule online.
Earlier this year, the American eyewear company, which just added contact lenses to its offerings, opened two locations in Studio City and Silverlake. Together, the three retail locations further cement Warby Parker’s retail presence in Los Angeles.
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