DVF Unveils Limited Edition Google Glass Collection

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Today, Diane von Furstenberg and Google join forces to launch the DVF | Made for Glass collection, a collaboration that melds the boldness and creativity of Glass Explorers with the confidence and independence of the DVF Woman. The brands first collaborated on a short film “DVF Through Glass” which provided an insider’s view of Diane von Furstenberg’s Spring 2013 runway show.

The limited edition collection of frames and shades is a watershed moment between technology and fashion.

“I have always been fascinated by technology and as a brand, DVF embraces technology,” says Diane von Furstenberg. “It is a very natural fit for us and we are delighted to be on the forefront with Glass.”

“We’re thrilled to collaborate with DVF once more to further transform eyeglasses – the oldest wearable technology in human history – into something modern and fashionable,” said Isabelle Olsson, Lead Designer for Glass.

The development of the DVF | Made for Glass collection also includes a close partnership between DVF and Marchon Eyewear, the brand’s longtime licensing partner and one of the world’s largest manufacturers and distributors of optical and sunglass frames.

“Diane von Furstenberg is a visionary in the world of fashion and design,” said Claudio Gottardi, president and CEO of Marchon, a VSP Global company. “It was a natural fit to combine her innovative spirit with our own to produce this groundbreaking collection that is the first to unite the leaders in fashion, technology and optical. DVF | Made for Glass is poised to take wearable technology to the next level in high fashion.”

The full collection will be sold beginning June 23, 2014 on Google.com/Glass , and as exclusive edited packages on NET-A-PORTER.COM. NET-A-PORTER is the first third party retailer for Glass alongside MR PORTER.COM.

About Glass
Glass is smart eyewear that allows you to look up and engage with the world by providing you with access to information when you need it without getting in the way. Glass began as a project from the Google[x] team, a division of Google dedicated to moonshot projects that create technology to make people’s lives better.

Glass puts you in control of your technology by connecting you to what you love with a hands-free device that’s on when you need it and off when you don’t. Created by designers and software engineers, Glass is simple and beautifully designed.

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