AEROSMITH's STEVEN TYLER Teams With MODO EYEWEAR For His Own Line Of Glasses
Coastal.com, which is said to be "the largest online contact lenses and prescription glasses retailer," is now selling the official Steven Tyler (AEROSMITH) glasses.
Priced at $89, Steven Tyler 401 Gunmetal eyeglasses are boldly modest. This sophisticated semi-rimless style boasts a dark satin gunmetal metal construction, paired with distinguished rectangular shaped lenses. The temples are a rich tortoise acetate, embedded with a Steven Tyler logo by the hinges and at the tips.
Tyler is best known as the frontman of the iconic rock band AEROSMITH and for his distinctively outrageous sense of style. His look has inspired fashion trends and clothing lines, and gradually expanded into eyewear. Steven Tyler collaborated with Modo Eyewear to come out with a collection of eyeglasses featuring his eclectic personality that is both accessible and fearless.
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