CHRISHABANA Taps Uglyworldwide and GLVSS for an Elevated Eyewear Collection

CHRISHABANA Taps Uglyworldwide and GLVSS for an Elevated Eyewear Collection

CHRISHABANA Taps Uglyworldwide and GLVSS for an Elevated Eyewear Collection

An exotic collection in a powerhouse collaboration.

An exotic collection in a powerhouse collaboration.

Text: Dylan Kelly

Today, New York-based jewelry and accessories brand CHRISHABANA dropped an otherworldly eyewear line in collaboration with the double-take worthy model Jazzelle Zanaughtti, otherwise known to social media as Uglyworldwide, and LA-rooted GLVSS,. For Spring Summer/2020, the collection marks Zanaughtti’s first venture into eyewear design, and each silhouette certainly reflects both the brands’ commitment to high craftsmanship and the model’s think-outside-the-box mentality. 

“My interest for eyewear came soon after shaving my hair,” says Zanaughtti. “I was always looking for a new way to decorate my head. When I first wanted to do this collaboration I was in a really tom-boyish phase so in order to decorate my head I wasn’t really into earrings or headbands or whatever else.. so eyewear came naturally. I wanted to create something for everyone and eyewear is as unisex as you can get in my opinion!”

The collection features two steel-framed sunglasses: The Hurtwork ($125), which boasts an aviator-like frame across three colorways, and Codename ($145), the sleek counterpart with a cateye shape. Prominent stand-outs are the pierced charms in each of the Codename models’ left lens, which act as interchangeable tear drops. Various charms dangle from the eye on each of the different colorways, making for the ultimate, statement accessory to elevate any look. Both models will be available to shop on Monday, May 25 on each of CHRISHABANA and GLVSS’s online shops. 

Take a look at the CHRISHABANA x Uglyworldwide x GLVSS campaign imagery, which takes Jazelle across the world in four exotic scenes, below. 

 

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