From Knowledge@Wharton: Warby Parker has vision. The e-commerce startup known for its $95 retro-cool frames has attracted a steady stream of customers and top-notch investors. And just last month in New York City, the company opened its first free-standing store which, according to co-founder Neil Blumen­thal, repre­sents “unchar­tered terri­tory … the conver­gence of e-commerce and bricks and mortar. The idea that it’s one or the other is ridicu­lous,” he says. “E-commerce as a term will become obso­lete in five or six years.” · Go to What eyeware startup Warby Parker sees that others don’t →