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Ellery teams with Specsavers to launch new eyewear line

Up until now, a trip across the ditch or further afield was necessary for Kiwis to get their hands on luxe womenswear label, ELLERY. Much to our delight, Aussie designer Kym Ellery, has teamed with Specsavers to create a range of ELLERY eyewear that is available within our shores.  The collection features 14 optical glasses and six prescriptions sunglasses and the best part is they all come with a not-so-hefty price tag – the collection starts at $299 – without sacrificing the sophisticated style Kym Ellery is known for. Take a look at three of our favourite pairs from the collection below.

The ELLERY collection is exclusive to Specsavers and is available in-store nationwide now.  28 July, the collection includes 14 optical glasses and six prescription sunglasses.

 

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