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WHEN THE GOING GETS WEIRD, THE WEIRD TURN PRO: Yungblud For Ray-Ban
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Ray-Ban
26.11.2020
Yungblud reworks Ray--Ban's 'State Street', 'Caribbean', and 'Nomad' silhouettes
Yungblud reworks Ray--Ban's 'State Street', 'Caribbean', and 'Nomad' silhouettes
Yungblud reworks Ray--Ban's 'State Street', 'Caribbean', and 'Nomad' silhouettes
Yungblud reworks Ray--Ban's 'State Street', 'Caribbean', and 'Nomad' silhouettes
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If you’re the sort to spend time wondering about the brand of eyewear Yungblud favours, we’ve got some good news so you can start wondering which version you plan to cop instead. The 23-year-old English punk rocker – think of his vibe as a cross between Billie Joe Armstrong, Keith Flint, and Carrot Top – has teamed up with Ray-Ban on a line of eyewear to coincide with the December 4 launch of his album, titled Weird!. And unlike what you might think of merch with an actual working title of The Weird Collection Styled by Yungblud. You’re On, these frames aren’t actually as polarising as the singer’s occasional obsession with dresses (yes, he has gender-bended before Harry Styles made it into a topic). The three-piece collection infuses his devil-may-care vibe to State Street, Caribbean, and Nomad silhouettes with neat splices of colour worked into the acetate that reference the striped shirts he often wears. You’re probably wondering where the weird twist is in this collection. Perhaps you might only know what will go down after wearing a pair.

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