Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Gentle Monster
The clear Plexiglas container sets a new precedence for eyewear packaging
One of two frames in this first-time collab between Gentle Monster and Daniel Arsham
One of two frames in this first-time collab between Gentle Monster and Daniel Arsham

American artist Daniel Arsham is 2019’s hottest name in fashion. Since announcing his arrival on the set of Dior’s summer 2020 presentation for menswear, he has swiftly gone on to express his perspectives on design’s future on other fashion wares. One of them is his work with Gentle Monster on two limited edition eyewear available at Selfridges in London. While the white and black colourways are certainly hype-worthy, fans of cult streetwear will also be coveting the chained box clutch that houses these frames. Consisting of a transparent box, its interior stores a white leather eyewear pouch. The frames will be available until January 5.

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