GET THE LOOK: STYLE ICON EYEWEAR


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The right pair of shades can add an immense sense of glamour, mystery, and intrigue to a celebrity, and there are certain fashion icons that are definitely  known for their eyewear. You will never see Anna Wintour at a runway show without her signature rectangle frames, it wouldn’t have been the early 2000’s without the huge butterfly shades Paris Hilton made famous, and we can’t even imagine Breakfast at Tiffany’s without the classic cat-eye sunglasses Audrey Hepburn wore. Try a modern take

STYLE REPORT: GOOGLE GLASS AT NYFW


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Marie Claire creative director and Project Runway judge Nina Garcia wore Google’s latest product, Google Glass to New York Fashion Week Spring 2014. While wearing Google’s latest tech gadget, which is set to launch next year, may be trendy in Silicon Valley, this kind of expensive eye-wear is definitely not what the world of high fashion is used to.  However, we can see why wearable technology would be a fashion editor or blogger’s dream during the hectic days of back to back shows and presentations