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DVF's Google Glass Can Be Yours For How Much?

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    Looks like you can (maybe) say goodbye to bumping into strangers and almost getting hit by taxis as you check your Instagram on the go. The Diane von Furstenberg Google Glass frames that debuted on the runway back in 2012 can now be yours for $1,800 over at Net-A-Porter. That is, as long as you've got a bunch of extra cash lying around and you're able to get past the slightly creepy look these specs will undoubtedly create.

    What exactly does the hefty price tag include, you ask? The Glass, a DVF frame, a detachable sunglasses shade, mono earbuds, and the case. The specs only come in one style, but the product description claims these “flatter every face shape” and allow your “digital life to blend seamlessly with your natural surroundings.” Feeling spendy? Click ahead to peek DVF's fashion-meets-tech, photo-taking, social-media-loving frames. And, you know, shop 'em, too, if you've got at least a couple weeks' pay to spare.


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