LG passive 3D TV glasses get chic with designer Giles Deacon range

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LG have revealed a set of snazzy 3D specs from UK designer Giles Deacon. The “FILES for LG” glasses are an “ultra stylish” option for Cinema 3D owners, with colouful stripey frames surrounding the polarised lenses.

“LG produce innovative and exciting products and these glasses are designed to complement that,” said the designer.

“GILES is a label that creates trends using design that is conversational, with lots of colour and bold statement prints. Working with LG has given me a chance to experiment with technology which is something that I am constantly inspired by.”

The problem is, passive 3DTVs biggest draw is that the glasses cost just a couple of quid to pick up or replace, with even the ones you cheekily nab at the cinema compatible. Slap a designer price tag onto them and that benefit is gone.

Still, if you can’t face looking a little stupid even in your living room, you can pick the specs up exclusively from Selfridges from today, costing £29.99.

Gerald Lynch
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