Pop superstar, fashion icon and designer Kylie Minogue has unveiled the latest additions to her eyewear, available exclusively at Specsavers. Building on the success of her bestselling debut collection launched last year, Kylie said she has kept a keen eye on detail when crafting her new styles.
Each new pair in the Kylie Minogue Eyewear collection takes its name from one of her classic tracks, including All the Lovers and Spinning Around. The six glasses, two fashion-tinted glasses and one sunglasses frame join the rest of the glamorous collection in stores nationwide on 11 April 2018.
With Kylie describing the style cues as ‘reinterpreted retro’, the collection features a chic mix of rose gold, soft pastels and classic monochrome, adorned with delicate Swarovski crystals – and her unmistakable ‘K’ tag. To complement the specs, Kylie has for the first time designed a selection of stylish glasses chains in black, midnight blue and dark brown faux leather.
Kylie said: ‘My debut collection becoming a bestseller was incredible, so naturally I was so excited to start on the second phase! The sparkle detail I’ve included in a few of the frames means they can be easily switched from daytime wear to night-time. We’ve also continued the inclusion of petite sizes and introduced some larger sizes so there really is something for everyone.’
Kylie’s top picks
Never Too Late - ‘Dare to be different with these edgy, angular ‘pilot-style’ glasses which are totally versatile. The rose gold hue on the metal frames is mirrored by the pink marble temple tip, adding that feminine touch.’
Fever - ‘I love the splash of cyan combined with the brown/gold marbled effect on these raised teacup-shaped frames. They are perfect for any wardrobe and make for a comfortable everyday essential.’
Love At First Sight Sun Rx - ‘These frames are great for adding that little splash of colour to your wardrobe on holiday. The pilot-style adds a touch of masculinity which contrasts with the rose-tinted lens. These are my favourite - it was love at first sight!’