Many startups involve shiny smartphone apps or new ways to tap into the "sharing economy," such as Airbnb and Uber. And then there are Warby Parker and Harry's, young firms bringing e-commerce
to timeless items: eyeglasses and razors, respectively. Warby Parker, launched in 2010, designs prescription eyeglasses it sells online for as little as $95. They've moved more than a million pairs to date, and GQ dubbed them "the Netflix of eyewear." Harry's, launched in 2013, sells razors and shaving supplies online. Jeffrey Raider, A&S '03, SAIS '04, co-founded both companies with friends.
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