Would You Wear Diane Von Furstenberg's Fashionable Google Glass?
Jun 04, 2014 09:09
We're not sure if Google Glass will take off just yet, but here's a step-up from its less fashionable version from when it first came out. Partnering with luxury fashion brand DVF, Google has just unveiled the first high-fashion collection of Google Glass headsets.
Diane Von Furstenberg (whose name gives DVF its moniker) has long been a proponent of Google Glass. She's even used the tech during her fashion shows.
The collection includes a trio of new frames, each of which stand out from the crowd as well as any other AR shades you're apt to find.
The new frames consist of a pair of aviators, gray and elderberry-colored librarian glasses, and a very 80s-looking pair of "orchid mist" colored reflective specs.
The collection hits the shelves on June 2 and can be purchased either through Google or at NET-A-PORTER.
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