EXCLUSIVE: Maluma Collaborates With Quay on Eyewear Collection

EXCLUSIVE: Maluma Collaborates With Quay on Eyewear Collection

Quay is pumping up the heat this summer, as the Australian eyewear brand, whose mission is making that sunnies are cool and affordable, has announced its latest collaboration with Colombian singer, Maluma. The brand will release a full collection of sunglasses and optical lenses that celebrate both Maluma’s personal style and unfiltered self-expression.

Juan Luis Londoño Arias, known to fans as Maluma, is one of the most followed music artists in the world and already a fashion icon known for his colorful style and eyewear, and the energy he brings to productions.

The global star is no stranger to the fashion arena, including partnerships with Michelob Ultra Pure Gold that included a release of palm tree-printed T-shirts and shorts, and a bevy of tie-dye merch and an exclusive capsule collection with French fashion house, Balmain under his belt. 

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“The Quay x Maluma partnership has been in the making for quite some time as Maluma has been spotted wearing Quay’s for years and that authenticity is one of the biggest things we look for in a collaborator,” says Jodi Bricker, Quay chief executive officer.

The assortment will also include styles from Quay’s new optical line, offering frames and prescription lenses starting at $95.

The Latin singer will also be highlighted as the face of the campaign for the Quay x Maluma collab, which is available starting today and exclusively at quayaustralia.com, making him the first male to be lensed for a unisex collection for the Aussie eyewear brand.

A look from Quay x Maluma collection. 

A look from Quay x Maluma collection. 

A look from Quay x Maluma collection. 

A look from Quay x Maluma collection. 

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