This Typography Wayfarer glasses are the output of a japanese popup store called Type. Inspired by the two typefaces Garamond and Helvetica, both very different and contrasty, while talking about serif and sans, round and edged, thick and thin. Therefore each line comes in 3 different fontsizes fitting to the height of the legs and the bridge. The small serifs of the Garamond g are connotatively for the edges on the side of the fitting glasses. The same with the Helvetica glasses and the hard end of the h strokes. At least these glasses are not expensive and a cool accessoire for every designer wearing glasses at work. Looking classy and fancy is underlined with Type.