It looks like a girl’s glasses could be coming down in size.
Vogue published an article today about a fashion company that’s trying to downsize its glasses to fit in with the current fashion trend.
The glasses will reportedly be available in four colors and will have a frame made from 100% cotton, which will be made from recycled polyester.
The company, Lippe Vanglue, is based in the French capital.
The company says the glasses will cost about 50% less than the original glasses.
The new design will be sold in limited editions and will be manufactured by Lippes.
The sunglasses are expected to be launched in March.
Lippel is currently marketing its Vanglo glasses to fashionistas in Paris and the US.
The original Vanglaue glasses were originally designed by Louis Vuitton in 1969, but were discontinued in 2003 due to pollution.
They were replaced by the newer Vanglon glasses.