Many gurus of fashion have tried their hand at making Google Glass a little less “dorkish,” but in our humble opinion, no one has succeeded quite yet – after all, it isn’t easy making a face computer look attractive. The latest attempt is from American designer Diane von Furstenberg, whose DVF design studio launched a line of Glass frames under the moniker “DVF | Made for Glass.”
Starting today, five frames and eight sunglasses are available for purchase. They admittedly do a better job than a few others at camouflaging the bulkiest components of Glass, but the price isn’t exactly palatable. Package deals, which includes either frames or shades (coupled with Google Glass), are listed starting at $1725, going all the way up to $1800. Individually, frames are priced around $225, while shades are listed around $125.
If you can justify the expense, the products are available for purchase from Google and Net-a-porter.com.