Karlie Kloss is at it again. Somehow, between her booming modeling career, designing a range for Frame Denim, turning her love for baking into a philanthropic venture with Momofuku Milk Bar and taking business classes at Harvard (phew!), she found the time to team up with Warby Parker on a line of sunglasses for summer.

After weeks of teasing on social media and a preview in the May issue of Vogue, the collection has finally hit stores and the Warby Parker site. The model created three exclusive frames in graceful, retro-inspired shapes, constructed in lightweight Japanese titanium.

The sunnies retail for $145 a pair, and in true Kloss (and Warby Parker) fashion, there is a charitable aspect to the line: A portion of the proceeds will benefit a cause close to Kloss, Edible Schoolyard NYC, which partners with low-income public schools to build gardens to grow healthy foods and to help educate students about healthy eating habits.

Click through the slideshow above to see the full collection, which is available to shop now on warbyparker.com.

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