Must Read: British Prime Minister to Appear in 'Vogue,' Luxottica Merges With Essilor in $48 Billion Deal
Plus, things aren't looking good at Lanvin.
Tech-Enabled Jewelry Gets a Boost in Mainstream Visibility
More ubiquity for wearable tech, thanks to a partnership between Cuff and Richline.
Get Ready for More 'Smart Glasses,' Courtesy of Intel and Luxottica
We'd say that Google Glass just got some competition... but it's a little early in the history of smart glasses to call any player truly competitive.
Cara Delevingne Supports LGBTQ Community, Alexander Wang Talks Balenciaga Scent
Also, Luxottica names an interim CEO.
J.C. Penney Gets New CEO, Gemma Ward Comeback Continues
And Birkin bags smell like... marijuana?
More Layoffs at 'Self,' A Music Festival Bans Headdresses, Luxottica Renews with Chanel
Plus: Taylor Swift picked shoes that weren't terrible!
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Google Glass Will Debut Ray-Ban Frames With New Luxottica Partnership
Google Glass Wayfarers are now a very real possibility.
Spring Sunglasses: We Break Down The Trends
Trying on sunglasses for spring is a pretty good antidote to a dreary, rainy fall day. Luxottica’s Spring 2011 eyewear presentation this morning fit the bill perfectly. With wares from Prada, Miu Miu, Ray-Ban, Persol, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel, Burberry, Tory Burch, DKNY, and Stella McCartney to play with, we were in a sunny wonderland. After checking out dozens of pairs, some very clear trends emerged. And trust us: chances are you’ll be happy this spring. Click through to see the styles you’re going to want: