Off-White’s Virgil Abloh has a penchant for designing instantly cool accessories (case in point: these boots made “for walking”), but has yet to tap into the eyewear market—until now. The streetwear designer joined forces with eyewear brand Warby Parker for a capsule collection of sunglasses, dropping online and in stores today.
The surprisingly affordable range of sunglasses features three different styles aptly named “Small Sunglasses,” “Medium Sunglasses,” and “Large Sunglasses. Coming in at under $100, each pair retails for $95, making for one of Off-White’s most affordable pieces yet.
“Both Off-White and Warby Parker were born from the idea that good products shouldn’t be limited to a small community. It only feels natural to collaborate on a frame that’s equal parts accessible and elevated,” Neil Blumenthal, Warby Parker co-CEO and co-founder, said in a statement.
Included in the three-piece collection are a pair of those small framed sunglassescurrently enjoying a comeback, thanks in part to Abloh muse Bella Hadid. Off-White x Warby Parker’s pair, however, are a bit easier (and probably more flattering) to rock than the teeny tiny wired pairs taking over your Instagram feed.
But the accessible price tags combined with hypebeasts’ Off-White obsession means this collection probably won’t last long before selling out completely—so act fast if you’re eyeing a pair.
Off-White x Warby Parker sunglasses are available in-stores and online now at warbyparker.com.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.