Actress/singer Hilary Duff is helping fans rock fashionable eyewear by launching her own line of glasses. The Younger star has unveiled her Muse x Hilary Duff collection for GlassesUSA.com, a range featuring 23 different frame designs so customers can easily and affordably switch up their style. Hilary admits she first started wearing spectacles just "to be cool", but after having to get a prescription pair, she realised how much glasses can actually cost and how tough it can be to find the perfect frame.
Explaining why she teamed up with bosses at GlassesUSA, she told PeopleStyle, "What I love about their website is that you can do a virtual mirror of yourself, and I was like, 'That's such a smart way to shop.' Glasses are such a personal thing. I love that you can upload a photo of yourself and try on all the different frames to see how they look, because they're so different on everybody."
Hilary Duff has launched a stylish range of glasses
Hilary added: "I feel like something different, so it was really fun for me to create a line that I feel like works for girls, just like me, that are influenced by something or inspired by something different every single day," Hilary continued. "They're very eclectic, fun, fashionable and inexpensive so you can have more than one pair."
The star named each frame after iconic women in history, such as Jane Austen and Marilyn Monroe, because she wants wearers to feel comfortable in their own skin. "Naming them (the frames), it kind of came to me - just the inspiration was wanting women to feel confident and naming them people that are bada**," Hilary said.
Hilary has named her glasses after iconic women in history
Each of the designs in the Muse x Hilary Duff range can be worn by both prescription and non-prescription wearers, as well as sunglasses. "You can make every single pair of frame that I designed into sunglasses," she smiled. "So whether you need glasses or not, if you're just a sunglasses person, it's all there for you." The Muse x Hilary Duff collection launched this week (23Jan18) and ranges in price from $89 (£64) to $125 (£89).