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Here's a Look at How Warby Parker Does Meatpacking

Image via Warby Parker
Image via Warby Parker

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Tomorrow, online eyewear retailer Warby Parker will open the doors to its second NYC brick and mortar store at 819 Washington Street in the Meatpacking District. The location was a longtime pop up for the brand before being converted to a permanent store.

The new shop has all the hallmarks of the brand's Soho outpost: space-opening mirrors, library-style shelving that reaches to the ceiling, books to drive home the literary angle, and center tables to hoard contenting frames. The big difference? The Meatpacking store is a lot more wooden than the glossy, white flagship.
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Warby Parker Meatpacking

819 Washington St, NY, NY