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Netflix's resident style guru is here to solve your eyewear woes.
Queer Eye star Tan France — who is soon to be back on screens alongside Alexa Chung in Next in Fashion — is known on both sides of the Atlantic for his impeccable personal style. Now, the British TV personality has added another string to his bow by teaming up with direct-to-consumer eyewear brand EyeBuyDirect on a range of 20 different frames, making it easier than ever to channel France's debonair flair.
France first collaborated with the company in June 2019 on an Instagram partnership, but this is the first time he has tried his hand at co-creating a collection of glasses. The aim is to give shoppers the freedom to choose flattering, designer-worthy frames in a variety of colors and materials, starting at just $19.
In a release, France said, “As a stylist, my goal is to help people be the best version of themselves. The right frame should make a person feel good and completely confident.”
The 36-year-old style star will also appear in a series of styling advice videos for EyeBuyDirect, showing spectacle wearers helpful tips and tricks on how to find their perfect pair of glasses to suit their face shape and coloring.
The chic collection is available to shop now.