After launching her own label in February, Peggy Gou has now teamed up with Ray-Ban Studios on a line of sunglasses as part of the brand's ongoing "Feel Your Beat" project.

Gou brings a multitude of influences, not least her estimated 400-odd sunglasses collection, to the Ray-Ban project. Her limited edition two-piece collection includes a gold chain carrying the DJ's initials — the first time in Ray-Ban history the brand has created an accessory to go with its sunglasses.

The collection comprises Ray-Ban's Square and Oval silhouettes. The gray-blue Square by Peggy Gou relaunches the iconic ’70s frame and costs $223, while the $173 Oval by Peggy Gou features purple lenses and a thin yet strong metal frame in shiny gold. Both models can be shopped here.

Gou is the latest musical artist to work with Ray-Ban. Last year, the sunglasses brand dropped collections with New York-based DJ duo the Martinez Brothers in June and techno star Nina Kraviz in September.

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