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You can now wear Kylie Minogue on your face

She’s the most famous Kylie in the world (Jenner, who?) and for years, Kylie Minogue has dominated so many elements of the global entertainment industry that has shot into the firmament, that it’s time for another.

Kylie has diversified a bit more once again in addition to her epic vocal and music career into the world of eyewear with the legends at SpecsaversA new capsule collection designed by Kylie, aptly called the Kylie Minogue Eyewear Collection has landed in Specsavers stores, bringing a little bit of superstar glamour in addition to the store’s regular offerings.

“Designing the glasses and collaborating with Specsavers has been a fabulous experience. I’ve taken a lot of inspiration from the many frames I’ve collected over the years, style icons I admire and classic shapes and styles,” said Kylie.

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“I started noticing the different glasses people were wearing and was always assessing what I liked about them. I also found that glasses are not only essential or practical for some people, but others like to wear them just for fashion. What’s more, so many people find them sexy!

“At my request, we made sure the collection includes some petite styles. I know what it’s like searching for glasses and not being able to find any that fit. We’ve really made sure there’s something in there for everyone.”

She drew inspiration from different eras using a variety of shapes, colours and textures, with each frame in the collection featuring a striking angled temple and her iconic ‘K’ tag for a chic but understated hint of Kylie glamour.

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James Banham is an Australian lifestyle, fashion and entertainment journalist. His writing can be found on these many topics and more in print and online publications around the country.
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