17 Jul
Eyewear inspired by Joy Division's Ian Curtis

Acclaimed Michigan techno label Ghostly International is tapped by the independent eyewear makers at Warby Parker to collaborate on a series of shades. Available in either black (above) or “Ghostly Grey” transparent matte (below), the Curtis frames — named after Joy Division’s legendary joyless singer Ian Curtis — feature Ghostly’s ghost mascot on the temples, and are available directly from Warby Parker for between $95-$150.

“Ghostly Grey” transparent matte Ghostly International x Warby Parker “Curtis” frames…

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