In partnership with Marcolin and Sequel, Guess is dropping two new capsule items to support The Get In Touch Foundation, marking the sixth consecutive year of the label supporting breast health awareness.
In conjunction with Marcolin, Guess’ eyewear capsule consists of a shaded lens and an optical frame, representing both brands’ commitment to raising awareness of breast self-exams. The frames are defined by an active fight against breast cancer, and Marcolin will be making a flat-fee donation to The Get In Touch Foundation which uses tools like the Daisy Wheel to teach women about self-exams, health and preventing illness.
Emblematic rose gold ribbons inlaid on the temples of both pairs of sunglasses—as well as the pink Guess cases they come in—signify the importance of their origin. The GU7752 frames, a squared, staple shape, feature a shiny black frame laced through with pink. The Guess logo at the temples and a glittery triangle detail embellish the femininity of the frames, putting the fight against breast cancer at the forefront of the drop. The GU2835 optical lenses take a squared shape as well, featuring a black acetate frame with pink at the rear. With the same Guess logo and triangle detail, the fight against breast cancer is made key to Marcolin and Guess.
In conjunction with Sequel, Guess Watches continues its support for the Get In Touch Foundation with a Sparkling Pink timepiece, with a portion of the proceeds to be donated directly to the Foundation. The limited-edition timepiece this year is a pink croco strap, complemented by a rose gold case and encrusted stone bezel with pink markings on a silver dial—feminine and fashionable, all for a good cause.
“Fusing fashion with philanthropy is a core value for Guess Watches,” said Annie Santo, VP of Global Marketing at Guess Watches. “We are excited to be a committed partner with The Get In Touch Foundation and fully support the importance of educating and empowering women globally.”
Shop the Marcolin x Guess lenses and Sequel x Guess timepiece on Guess.com now.