The frames are available in only one city for now.

Warby Parker has begun selling kids' eyewear with a pilot project in New York.

For now, the children's models are available only in the company's eight New York stores, Yahoo Lifestyle reports.

Warby Parker co-CEO Neil Blumenthal said in a press release: "As a dad and lifelong New Yorker, it thrills me to no end to roll out our kids’ offerings in both my and Warby Parker’s hometown."

Six styles are available, and the collection includes "playful, colorful shades like Peony, Blue Crystal, and more," according to Yahoo Lifestyle. The eyewear is available in sizes "Jr." and "Jr. Jr.," for kids ages 8 and up and 4-7, respectively.

Prices begin at $95.

Read more at Yahoo Lifestyle

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