In another initiative to entice users for Google Glass, Google has introduced a new set of fancy frames and sun glasses for Glass to expand its collection. These frames have been named as the DVF – Made for Glass collection, and were designed and created in collaboration with American fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, Mashable reports. This new collection of frames and shades will help google expand its Titanium Collection, which was launched in January this year. Also Read - Google working on standalone AR headset 'Google A65': Report
The company will be offering five new frame options and eight new shades options for users to choose from. These will be available through the Google Glass website starting June 23.
These sunglasses will get a DVF logo impression on the lens like the way Ray Ban sunglasses have its logo on its glasses. As far as the color options are concerned, the collection comprises sunglasses in grey, rainbow-hued and brown colors.
This is not the only set of fancy frames that Google will be offering, as the company had announced in March that it has partnered with Luxottica, and will bring out Ray-Ban and Oakley-branded frames and shades for Google Glass.