As is Karlie Kloss weren’t multitasking enough already, the supermodel extraordinaire is adding just one more impressive asset to that already jam-packed résumé of hers. After collaborating on a capsule of long-legged jeans with Frame Denim last year, the 21-year-old is set to design a line of affordable sunglasses for the perpetually cool Warby Parker.
In Vogue‘s May issue, Warby Parker’s founders Neil Blumenthal and Dave Gilboa recount how they met Kloss at a charity basketball event. And much like the last line of all early 2000s rom-coms, Blumenthal said: "[It was] just one of those things where everyone hits it off."
According to Fashionista, the limited-edition collection—set to launch on June 10—will exude a very 1970s aesthetic with three varying metal frames, all featuring ombré lenses. In true Kloss fashion, proceeds of the $145 specs will benefit Edible Schoolyard NYC, a nonprofit which encourages healthy eating habits amongst low-income public school children.
While Kloss didn’t reveal the collaboration herself until earlier today on Instagram, she’s already been spotted wearing the self-designed frames whilst frolicking through New York City with her road trip bestie Taylor Swift. Good work, Kloss. Way to make us wait.