It filed documents in Delaware.

A $75 million funding round is in the offing for Warby Parker, financial news network Cheddar reports.

The company revealed its plans for the Series E round in documents filed with the state of Delaware.

The money would follow $100 million in funding that the company raised in 2015. In all, Warby Parker has raised more than $215 million, Cheddar notes.

The company, which currently operates 64 brick-and-mortar stores in the U.S., hopes soon to approach the 100-location mark. Warby Parker co-CEO Neil Blumenthal has said it’s possible his company will one day operate between 800 and 1,000 stores.

Warby Parker officials would not comment on the upcoming funding round, Cheddar reports.

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