They’re here! They’re here! Karlie Kloss Warby Parker sunglasses are finally here!

The 21-year-old model partnered with the company on an awesome collaboration that features ultra-strong and lightweight Japanese titanium sunnies. All of the frames are super retro with lenses like copper fade, sepia wash, violet clover and indigo wash. The company wrote on its site that the two fit together like two peas in a sunglasses case. “We both had the exact same thing in mind from the start: fresh and flattering sunglasses that are lively and graceful—with a nice helping of personality.”

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A pair of these will run you $145, which is a little more expensive than normal Warby Parker sunglasses, but it’s all for a good cause. In true Kloss fashion, money from the line will be donated to Edible Schoolyard NYC, an organization that works with low-income public schools to help teach children about food preparation and developing healthy eating habits.

We can’t decide just which pair we want to get. We’re thinking the Julia — what are your thoughts?

This isn’t the first time Kloss has worked with a major company to design some goods. She has also collaborated with denim brand Frame to create jeans for extra-leggy ladies. She has even teamed up with Momofuku and came up with a dairy and gluten-free cookie during New York Fashion Week last year. Oh, and she’s also one of the most recognizable and successful models of all time, so there’s that too.

Head over to Warby Parker to see the selection!

Will you buy a park of Karlie Kloss Warby Parker sunglasses?

Michelle Manetti is a graduate of Pace University and has a degree in Communication Studies with a concentration of Media Studies. She met Marc Jacobs in an elevator once. She also believes that yoga, Liquiteria and a Hunter Thompson book could save the world.