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Google Glass has officially entered the world of high fashion thanks to a collaboration with designer Diane von Furstenberg.
When first released in 2013, Google Glass was not exactly known for being a stylish accessory. It was the kind of thing a middle-aged Silicon Valley millionaire might wear while riding a Segway.
Then came the the Titanium Collection, a line of hipster-friendly specs that cost an extra $225. After that, Google partnered with Ray-Ban and Oakley to create wearable computers even a jock could love. Now fashionistas finally have their own Google Glass.
Like nearly everything from DVF, the new glasses won't be cheap. Prescription glasses will run you $1,725, while the non-prescription glasses will cost $1,620.