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13/02/2017
Bringing Lee’s brand DNA to sunglasses.

Words by

Giulia Brugliera

Following a laudable showcase at NYFW over the weekend, Dion Lee has announced his expansion into eyewear.

Dion Lee [EYES] is the latest move from the designer, and will see his technical yet sensual aesthetic translated into sunglasses. 

The first drop delivers three unique styles. Each is designed to mirror Lee’s brand DNA, with a distinctly athletic silhouette.

“The opportunity to extend the Dion Lee brand into eyewear really excited me. It was great to play in a space where the silhouettes, materials and construction were relatively new to me,” says Lee of the collection.

The collection will launch globally with exclusive retailers this month.

dionlee.com

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