Diane Von Furstenberg is about to release 13 Google Glass frames

Glassholes: credit cards at the ready. DVF will release its new range via Google And Net-a-Porter later this month.

by Emma Haslett
Last Updated: 16 Jan 2015

Anyone awaiting the arrival of Google Glass in shops with bated breath (no, us neither) will be elated to learn that the first designer frames for the device will go on sale on June 23.

Diane Von Furstenberg is the first to the mark with her 'Made for Glass' versions, with five frames and eight shades. In the next few months, Luxottica will introduce its own Ray-Ban and Oakley-branded versions.

As we predicted, not even trendy frames can detract from the fact you have a computer strapped to your face: here are a few of DVF's designs...



Please no.

The frames will go on sale through Google's Glass store and Net-a-Porter at the end of June, while the 'Titanium' collection, which it's been selling since January, will be sold through Mr Porter. There's lots of speculation about price - although The Verge reports it'll be somewhere around $1,620. Which is actually pretty cheap for DVF clobber...

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