Because why only heroes grab the spotlight?
Japanese eyewear maker Zoff, which has collaborated with Star Wars and Pokémon in the past, is taking reservations for Disney-themed eyewear styles. But rather than the typical Disney princesses, heroes or even animals, these glasses are based on some of the franchise’s most popular villains.
The Villains Collection includes four Maleficent-inspired eyewear styles (Sleeping Beauty), the Evil Queen (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), Cruel Hell (101 Dalmatians), and Ursula (The little Mermaid). Each style has subtle details that reference each villain’s symbols and personality, so the wearer will be excited every time they look at the glasses.
▼ Can you guess who these glasses belong to, based on the shape alone?
these Maleficent themed glasses come in a classic Boston-shaped frame, adorned with his signature horns at the corners. The frames are fine otherwise, bringing all the attention to detail that truly represents her character.
The golden spikes represent the effect of light reflecting off its evil horns. If you want to create a commanding presence, this would be the pair to get.
▼ The next competitor: the evil queen.
The Wicked Queen glasses are inspired by the vintage panto crown style of the 1930s, which has an almost hexagonal shape. This is a particularly appropriate design since the White as snow The film was originally released in 1937.
▼ “Mirror, mirror, on the… temple.”
At the temples are images of the Magic Mirror featured in the film, and the tips resemble the film’s infamous Poison Apple.
▼ You can probably guess who these glasses belong to by the color scheme alone.
Everything about the Cruella de Vil eyewear screams Cruella de Vil, from the bold black square frames to the temple designs that resemble her signature handbag.
▼ They will certainly make a good impression.
And to represent her famous half-black, half-white hairstyle, each temple tip is a different shade. Zoff and Disney think of all the little details.
▼ If you want some subtle color, consider the final style.
Ursula’s eyewear is as fluid as the ocean she hides in, from rounded frames to curved temples. They’re metallic and black, and the inside is a light purple hue to mimic the ocean queen’s eyeshadow.
▼ Are you more silver or more gold?
Other small details include the tentacle-like studded temples and the curved temple ends shaped like a shell necklace.
Each pair of Disney Villains glasses is priced at 13,300 yen ($112.72), regardless of style. It is also possible to buy a glasses cloth for 500 yen or an elegant black glasses case for 1,500 yen. Pre-orders for all four styles last until March 27 on Zoff’s website (Japanese only), and they will be shipped in the current end of September 2022.
Source: Zoff via Net Lab
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