Some amazing Google-inspired designer collections are created by the winners of the Vogue and Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) sponsored Fashion Fund and they are selling out on the Google Store.
Google teamed up with the 2009 finalists for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, a program that supports the next generation of fashion designers. 3 selected designers created unique items inspired by Google, and have been put up for a limited-time sale on the online Google Store.
Vogue reveals that the winners of the Google Challenge were unveiled at a cocktail party teaming with actresses (Rose Byrne), designers (Diane Von Furstenburg), Vogue editors, and Google staffers—including the brainchild of the challenge, Marissa Mayer. Check out more Party Pictures from the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Cocktail. Here are the 3 products –
Peace “Vintage” Inspired T Shirt by Gary Graham
Gary has reinterpreted the map point, a point of destination, as a global symbol for where we are and where we’re going by enlarging the map point, making it look “worn” away, and placing it over a backdrop of search results for the word ‘Peace.’ Price: $85
Old Fashioned Magnifying Glass Pendant by Waris
Symbolizing a “Googol” – the digit “1” followed by 100 zeros – the chain has one hundred small round links and the digit “1” dangling at the end. Price: $200
Oversize Knit Scarf in Google colors by Ohne Titel
Inspired by Google’s multi-functionality and diversity, the scarf features Google’s signature colors. Price: $300