The world is full of girl glasses.
At a fashion show in Beijing, a fashion designer showed off the girl glasses that were the topic of much debate.
In China, though, it’s a very different story.
“Vietnamese girls’ eyes are more open, and girls prefer them,” said one of the designers, Yung Hing Wu, according to Xinhua News Agency.
“They are not just for girls.”
Some parents are not as excited about the glasses, however.
A Chinese mother posted a comment on Facebook in response to the fashion show: “Why not just wear them?”
The mother of five posted a photo of her daughter, aged six, with her own pair of glasses, but was told they were not for her daughter.
“They’re not really suitable for my daughter,” she wrote.
“I hope to get them myself soon.”
The Chinese government has also banned the glasses in several cities, including Shanghai, and other provinces.
China’s government has already banned the use of foreign brands in the country.
The Chinese government said on Wednesday that it will ban the sale of foreign products that promote sexual relations between children and adults.
China is one of a handful of countries that has banned foreign products.