Fashion Cheat Sheet

01.28.14

Angela Ahrendts to Become Dame; Google Glass Unveils Stylish Frames

And Emma Watson adds magazine editor to her resume.

Angela Ahrendts to Become Dame of the British Empire: Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts will earn an even greater title before leaving her post to become the Senior Vice President of Sales at Apple. In the coming weeks, Ahrendts will collect a DBE from the British Government, becoming a Dame of the British Empire. Although the award was confirmed in October, details were released quietly. Ahrendts will receive her honor alongside Melinda Gates, businesswoman and wife of Bill Gates, and Camila Batmanghelidjh, founder of Kids' Company, who will earn a CBE. [Vogue UK]

Google Glass Unveils Prescription Frames: The powerhouse behind the web-browsing glasses has introduced its first collection of prescription frames—available for sale Tuesday. The new line of glasses will feature round, square, and nearly rimless style frames ($225) as well as nonprescription sunglasses ($150) in a variety colors. Geared toward existing users, the Google Glass hardware easily attaches to the new set of frames, making the Google Glass a bit more stylish—and wearable—for the tech-savvy crowd. “We’re making it a more natural part of your life," Isabelle Olsson, Google Glass lead designer told WWD. "[Wearing Glass] will be easier with this, plus you have more choices. It’s a very natural extension of things that you already wear.” [WWD]

Emma Watson Adds Magazine Editor to Resume: The British actress has added yet another accomplishment to her already extensive list: magazine editor. Watson recently posed for the February/March issue of British fashion magazine, Wonderland, but she also served as guest editor of the magazine section her spread appears in, which features Pharell, Lena Dunham, Lorde, and Ezra Miller. Watson's issue of Wonderland is available February 7. [Fashionista]