Warby Parker has maintained a pop-up presence in New York's Meatpacking District since last month, where they set up shop at 819 Washington Street. Dubbed the Warby Parker Annex, the outpost boasts the complete collection of eyewear, including their new holiday line. In addtion, they're offering $50 eye exams on the weekends, and have La Colombe coffee on hand to warm you up from the cold and wake you up for more shopping.
Speaking of shopping, they're bringing in three rotating designers and artists in December to round out the products. First up is Nashville's Imogene+Willie from December 3-9. They'll be selling their American-made jeans and accompanying accessories. That'll be followed by Doug Johnston from December 14-16, a Brooklyn-based artist known for his cool baskets. Lastly, if you've got an axe to grind, you'll definitely be interested in Best Made Co.'s products. They made their name with the aforementioned sharp objects, but have since branched out to become a full-on lifestyle collection of home goods, apparel, camping supplies, and more. The Warby Parker Annex will remain open til January 30. For hours and directions, check out Warby Parker's site.