January Jones Inspires Versace's New Eyewear Collection Which Features 3D Medusa Heads

Versace is launching a new line of eyewear for spring called January J. The name of the collection is a not so subtle nod to the inspiration behind the line: red carpet Versace devotee January Jones. Mad Men fan Donatella Versace, who dubbed Jones her next "Versace blond," worked '50s and '60s movie star glamor into the line, which she showcased on her spring runway. It comprises two styles of sunglasses and one style of optical frames. Apparently when you look at these glasses head on "an entire 3D Medusa head is visible, branding the January J collection unmistakably as coming from the house of Versace," the press release states. "This campaign is definitely a landmark in our relationship...and one that I hope will last a lifetime," Jones said in the release. Check out the collection.
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Versace is launching a new line of eyewear for spring called January J. The name of the collection is a not so subtle nod to the inspiration behind the line: red carpet Versace devotee January Jones. Mad Men fan Donatella Versace, who dubbed Jones her next "Versace blond," worked '50s and '60s movie star glamor into the line, which she showcased on her spring runway. It comprises two styles of sunglasses and one style of optical frames. Apparently when you look at these glasses head on "an entire 3D Medusa head is visible, branding the January J collection unmistakably as coming from the house of Versace," the press release states. "This campaign is definitely a landmark in our relationship...and one that I hope will last a lifetime," Jones said in the release. Check out the collection.
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Versace is launching a new line of eyewear for spring called January J. The name of the collection is a not so subtle nod to the inspiration behind the line: red carpet Versace devotee January Jones.

Mad Men fan Donatella Versace, who dubbed Jones her next "Versace blond," worked '50s and '60s movie star glamor into the line, which she showcased on her spring runway. It comprises two styles of sunglasses and one style of optical frames. Apparently when you look at these glasses head on "an entire 3D Medusa head is visible, branding the January J collection unmistakably as coming from the house of Versace," the press release states.

"This campaign is definitely a landmark in our relationship...and one that I hope will last a lifetime," Jones said in the release.

Check out the collection.