As a part of the brand’s new initiative to work with artists, Ray-Ban Studios has announced a limited-edition collection inspired by the music and style of DJ Honey Dijon. Since the trans artist’s entrance into the music industry, the fashionable DJ has explored house music culture everywhere from her hometown of Chicago to the warehouse parties of New York to the raving club scene in Berlin. Capturing the different eras and styles of music among these cities, the collection includes three pairs of stylish sunglasses taken from the Ray-Ban archives and given new life.
The revived styles in the Honey Dijon X Ray-Ban Studios capsule includes the Square 1973, a ’70s inspired square-shaped tortoise frame with a pink lenses; the Olympian Aviator, a semi-mod, semi-2000s take on the original silhouette with a white frame and green lenses; and the Wings II, a 24 karat gold plated shield style that gives off New York 1980s vibes.
Ray-Ban Studios is a unique experience that offers capsule collections with talent from around the music world, with the aim to celebrate individuality and artistic expression. With the Honey Dijon X Ray-Ban Studios collaboration, the DJ’s career and sound shape the collection just as much as her sense of style. Ray-Ban Studios also hosts interactive events at music festivals to engage with the fans of the artists with whom they work, so keep an eye out.
The Honey Dijon X Ray-Ban Studios capsule collection is available at Ray-Ban stores and online now.
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