Surprise! A second Kylie Jenner x Quay Australia is coming

Posted: 29 September 2017 10:39 am News

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Quay Australia announced on its Instagram that we'll be seeing another drop of Kylie sunglasses very soon.

After the huge success of the first collaboration between Kylie Jenner and Quay Australia, it seems the pair decided to do it all again. Quay Australia announced today that we're getting another round of Kylie Jenner x Quay Australia sunglasses.

This time there are three different styles of frames called 20s, Unbothered and AsIf.

The 20s frames have a flat, rectangular style and come in two colours – classic black as well as white with gold lenses. Also coming in two colours, Unbothered has a futuristic style that comes in black and blue as well as gold. AsIf is a little less serious. The cat-eye style comes in pink, yellow or purple.

Kylie Jenner posted a few snaps to Instagram of her wearing the 20s and AsIf styles whereas Quay posted a snap of Kylie wearing the Unbothered style.

This second drop of the Kylie Jenner x Quay Australia collab will go on sale 4 October. For info on where to buy these snazzy sunnies, head to our where to buy Quay Australia page.

Or scroll down to see pics on the creations – we're buying a pair of the 20s in black. Just saying.

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