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We've always known that Gogosha Optique's offerings were next-level, but the high-end eyewear boutique's latest venture is totally out-of-this-world. This Saturday from 11am to 7pm, Lady Gaga's favorite spot is set to debut the first collection of 3D-printed eyewear that is available to the public to purchase.
Designed by German-based brand Mykita Mylon, styles from the award-winning eyewear range can be purchased at Optique's Silver Lake location starting at $555 a pop. The store tells us that Mykita Mylon reps will also be on hand to demonstrate how 3D frames are created and other elements of Mykita's patented design.
Pretty wild. To shop or experience the collection this Saturday, book an appointment by emailing email@example.com or calling 323-660-1122.
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