Warby Parker has released a new Drafting Collection, a series of "ultra-strong (and ultra-light) Japanese titanium" frames, prescription lenses included. At $145 for two pairs—one is yours, one goes somewhere in the world where corrective lenses are unaffordable—the Drafting Collection are more expensive than the glasses in the standard Warby Parker line, but much less so than the typical set that the Warby Parker Drafting Collection is referencing or appropriating.

Raise your hand if this look kind-of, sort-of, basically fits your aesthetic. I know that's a few of you. So this is horrible, right, and "architects" today represent the same visual gag that "beatniks" did way back when? Tell me about it (while I'm entering in my credit card information for a pair of Greeleys in brushed granite).