For the fourth consecutive year, GUESS and the Marcolin Group have renewed their commitment to support breast cancer awareness by partnering with the American non-profit The Get In Touch Foundation to create a capsule collection of dedicated eyewear.
The Get In Touch Foundation is devoted to the important mission of educating women of all ages to get in touch with their bodies, to recognise even the slightest change through the use of safe, non-invasive tools for proper breast self-exams, such as the Daisy Wheel.
The capsule collection features a pair of sunglasses and eyeglasses embellished with the iconic ribbon in rose gold metal, which adorns the temples as a symbol of the fight against breast cancer. Both models come in a special pink case and are available in stores starting this October, which is breast cancer awareness month.
To show their support for this initiative, Marcolin USA will make a donation to The Get In Touch Foundation.
Model GU2745 is a feminine, slightly cat-eye styled model which stands out for the shiny black acetate frame front with a touch of pink on the rear portion, a clear reference to the Foundation’s distinctive colour.
The temples feature a glittery triangle detail and the GUESS logo, characteristic of the brand, while the tips house the iconic rose gold metal ribbon, the symbol of the fight against breast cancer.
Model GU7647 is a bold, feminine cat-eye sunglasses featuring a shiny black frame front paired with a touch of pink on the rear portion, a clear reference to the Foundation’s colour palette.
The temples feature a glittery triangle detail and the GUESS logo, which assert the brand’s identity.
The symbol of the fight against breast cancer, the iconic rose gold metal ribbon embellishes the temple tips.