Google Glass with designer frames go on sale on fashion websites – Los Angeles Times
For this, the brand has partnered not only with Berlins most desired DJs, but also with an unforgettable live performance of a worldwide known act and Georgia May to debut the Fall collection on the runway . RESERVEDs Autumn / Winter 2014 campaign also sets a new guideline into the spotlight Lets Fashion! It encourages to play with styles, mixing trends and forms. Lets Fashion is a conceptual approach to fashion and everyday outfits. On 1st of July 2014, the German webshop http://www.reserved.com goes live for the first time and in a completely new developed design. The first stores will open in Germany from September to November in Stuttgart, Hannover, Bremen and Recklinghausen.
Designer Diane von Furstenberg and Google designer Isabelle Olsson discuss how Made for Glass came about. For $300 more than the regular price of $1,500, early adopters can buy Google Glass with designer frames Google Glass goes on sale in the U.K., for about $200 more than in the U.S. Designer-inspired frames for Google Glass for men and women go on sale Two years after she brought Google Glass to the New York Fashion week runway , fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg has teamed with Google Inc. to launch a line of designer frames for the smart glasses to hang on. Von Furstenberg– best known for her easy-to-put-on wrap dresses — helped reshape the $1,500 computerized eyewear into something that looks more like a normal pair of glasses.
Mara Hoffman brings her summertime-feel fashion brand to sunny SoCal – Los Angeles Times
Unless its Chanel . Or Jeremy Scott! Im a little overwhelmed. I havent done this I havent really done the shows in the last few years. But I live for fashion. So basically, Lindz lives for fashion but wont fly for a show?? That already sounds rather contradictory! Then of course, there are also the reports of LiLo streaking naked through a department store and getting into a public tiff with Kate Moss , AKA fashions dearest darling.
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Hoffman is also opening a design studio in L.A. (Michael Nagle / Los Angeles Times) Caption Mara Hoffman Michael Nagle / Los Angeles Times Fashion designer Mara Hoffman holds a dream catcher she collaborated on with Spoke Woven. Spoke Woven custom designs the dream catchers, which are sold on Hoffman’s website, using Hoffman’s prints. Fashion designer Mara Hoffman holds a dream catcher she collaborated on with Spoke Woven. Spoke Woven custom designs the dream catchers, which are sold on Hoffman’s website, using Hoffman’s prints.