Bindis are a part of the Hindu attire from ages and we all just love them. Irrespective of the fact, that bindis no longer represent a single red dot on the forehead of married women, they are worn by teenagers too. They are now no longer restricted to Asia, but has also been accepted by youth as a fashion across the globes. And this is visible as, Louis Vuitton is using the bindi charm in its latest designer sunglasses. Yes, sunglasses with a bindi dangling from them are the latest to hit the fashion market. The sunglasses have large acetate frames and decorated lenses. A bridge in between holds the dangling quartz charm. And on the sides blings the golden brass logo. The sunglasses sell for $600.
If the brouhaha surrounding the $42,000 Louis Vuitton handbag was not enough, this season will see much more of it in the form of uber expensive shades. According to WWD, the prices of sunglasses this season will be sky rocketing. The prices are going to send us all into sticker shock. Luxury brand Cartier has designed a pair of limited edition jeweled shades, which will retail for a whopping price of $130,000. Adding to the range of impossibly expensive sunglasses will be a limited edition range of Oliver Peoples with each piece costing about $6,000. Competing in the market of expensive shades is Chrome Hearts, which is offering a jeweled pair on their line for $10,000. The demand for these expensive glares is already building up and surprisingly there are many in the long queue of buyers. Via
These Ode sunglasses from Louis Vuitton have oversized rounded acetate frames. The sunglasses support arms that have intricate gold metal detailing with a few colored crystals and also a signature monogram flowers. The glasses have dramatic detailing and so they somehow manage to transgress into the bejeweled glasses section. The price tag reads $600. And they provide you with the necessary protection too. What more you can ask for?