Even the most casual Tyler Oakley fan knows that glasses have long been central to the stylish YouTuber’s signature look. And now, in collaboration with eyewear delivery startup Warby Parker, Oakley is set to launch his very own limited-edition glasses collection.

A total of three new styles — dubbed Wilder, Stockton, and Downing — are each available in two different color combinations and sized to fit both men and women. The collection includes prescription frames as well as sunglasses, with prices starting at $95. Each pair is sold with an exclusive lens cloth — that can double as a pocket square — inspired by Oakley’s favorite menswear patterns, including windowpane check, chalk stripe, and polka dot.

“This is the craziest thing I have ever done,” Oakley said in a new video announcing the collaboration (below), which he said came together rather organically after he tweeted his admiration for the brand all the way back in May 2013. Warby Parker was founded in 2010 to offer stylish eyewear at affordable prices, and donates a pair of glasses to someone in need for every pair sold. Oakley has also been creating sponsored videos to promote the brand for several years.

Oakley’s foray into the accessories space is just the latest in a long line of offline ventures spearheaded by one of YouTube’s most popular homegrown stars. In recent years, Oakley has released a memoir titled Binge, starred on the CBS hit The Amazing Race, premiered a feature-length documentary titled Snervous, and, most recently, launched his very own talk show on Ellen DeGeneres’ digital network.

You can shop the Warby Parker x Tyler Oakley collection right here. And Oakley is in good company: In the past, Warby Parker has vended capsule collections in collaboration with the musician Beck, as well as model Karlie Kloss, and online beauty website Into The Gloss.

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