Pastelle x Ksubi Sunglasses

Pastelle, the much much anticipated clothing label from Kanye West, has been very discreet. But finally, now we get glimpse of its sunglass collaboration with Ksubi, an Australian fashion label known amongst many celebrities. Ksubi designer, George Gorrow, first worked with Kanye in 2006 to create stage eyewear for his music videos. The line will be launched in October and will feature a limited edition gold frame sunglasses that will go for around $2000. This is definitely a collaboration worth waiting for, as it seems like Kanye and George Gorrow make for a strong team as Kanye says, “I love the sunnies Ksubi has produced over the years, and it’s an honour to collaborate with them on this first installment of Pastelle frames, George is an incredibly talented designer, and I’ve never met anyone who knew more about sunglasses and other cool stuff.” Source: smh, Nitrolicious

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Pastelle, the much much anticipated clothing label from Kanye West, has been very discreet. But finally, now we get glimpse of its sunglass collaboration with Ksubi, an Australian fashion label known amongst many celebrities. Ksubi designer, George Gorrow, first worked with Kanye in 2006 to create stage eyewear for his music videos. The line will be launched in October and will feature a limited edition gold frame sunglasses that will go for around $2000.

This is definitely a collaboration worth waiting for, as it seems like Kanye and George Gorrow make for a strong team as Kanye says, “I love the sunnies Ksubi has produced over the years, and it’s an honour to collaborate with them on this first installment of Pastelle frames, George is an incredibly talented designer, and I’ve never met anyone who knew more about sunglasses and other cool stuff.”

Source: smh, Nitrolicious

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