If I saw more than about one 3D movie a year I would love to get these $225 Gucci glasses. They're based off of the aviator style as a more stylish approach to those flimsy plastic theater glasses. Although Im not sure that anyone who doesn't work in the movie industry needs these, it does get the whole 'lifestyle' brand new meaning.
Now you can have 3D glasses to match your Gucci dress, flats, bed spread, car seats, and coffee table book. Frida Giannini is continuing to make great changes for the brand that move forward to stay relevant while still staying true to the original concept. There was a great article on her in a recent W magazine I was reading. I think it was the one with Katherine Heigle on the cover.
Also, that one confused me as Patrick Demarchelier shot it but he is under contract at Vogue.
How does that work?