Meet Mushy and Cindy, the glasses that you won't want to take off your face this summer.

They're the love children from the new collaboration between Colab and Romance Was Born.

The collection is a first in eyewear from Romance Was Born and they've totally nailed it. It's bold, colourful and 100% sticking to their signature style.

Mushy is bold and playful with glitter mirrors and the trademark Romance Was Born mushroom on the side arm. She comes in three different colours. Because who wants to own only one pair of sunglasses.

Cindy is a tribute to everything you love about the '90s: skin, lips, big hair and yep, you guessed it, Cindy Crawford. The awesome colour combos, oversized shape and mirrored lenses give them a certain sophistication that every summer outfit needs.

Each pair of Mushy and Cindy shades is designed from scratch and is limited edition, individually numbered from 1000 pieces.

So get in quick if you want to share in the romance.

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