Google Gets Luxottica to Design High-Fashion Frames for Glass
March 25, 2014
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Google Glass is getting more stylish. The search giant's wearable technology is about to get a fashionable lift from Luxottica Group, the Italian eyewear company behind brands like Ray-Ban and Oakley. Those brands will be a part of Luxottica's new collaboration with Google, which will see the eyewear company design and create frames for Glass. According to a statement by Luxottica, the companies aim to develop Glass products that will combine high-fashion, lifestyle and innovative technology.
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