Reggaeton sensation J Balvin's new eyewear collection is as colourful as he is

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  • Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020

J Balvin is noted for his eccentric style, often wearing bright colours and dyeing his hair.

Colombian singer J. Balvin have launched yet another collaboration with Guess. This time, it is a range of vividly coloured eyewear inspired by the artiste's latest album Colores.

The singer, whose looks are a source of inspiration for some 41 million Instagram users, has joined forces with the brand for an eyewear capsule with an aesthetic that spotlights his new songs.

Not surprisingly, given the reggaeton singer's participation, the three frames in the capsule which are distinguished by geometric and retro forms, are available in a range of vibrantly coloured versions.

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Notable among them is a square-shaped acetate model, which is available in different colour combinations like Havana blue and transparent orange, and a rectangular one in Havana green and transparent green.

Last but not least, there is a feminine cat's-eye design, which comes in a much more discreet colour palette of Havana amber and untinted transparent.

This latest eyewear collection follows hot on the heels of a ready-to-wear and accessories capsule for men, women and children, which was also inspired by the singer's most recent album.

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Balvin is noted for his eccentric style, often wearing bright colours and dyeing his hair. He has a passion for fashion, switching from from high-end fashion houses to streetwear staples effortlessly.

His song with fellow reggaeton singer Nicky Jam, X, was even named "Song Of The Year" in 2018. Colores is his fifth studio album. – AFP Relaxnews

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