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Drew Barrymore Launches FLOWER Eyewear Collection

The line of sunglasses and prescription frames will be sold exclusivley at Walmart.

Eyewear is quirky girl Drew Barrymore’s latest venture for her Flower brand, which currently includes beauty and fragrance.

True to the actress’ eccentric signature style, the bright, 36-piece collection includes optical frames in cat-eye, round and rectangular shapes that are available in a range of patterns and colors, as well as six styles of sunglasses. Each frame in the collection is named after one of Barrymore’s past characters.

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The 40-year-old explained that branching into eyewear was a natural next step after her beauty line, noting in a statement, “Eyewear, to me, is the same as the beauty category because it is a part of a women’s expression of who she is. It’s a confidence builder and should make them feel beautiful.”

The line of prescription frames and sunglasses, which is priced between $39 and $88, is available exclusively at Walmart vision centers.

Hollywood star Drew Barrymore has just released her second eyewear collection with Asda and it’s full of stylish specs you’ll want to get your hands on!

The actress has teamed up with the supermarket once again to bring an 18-style eyewear collection, full of everything from vintage-inspired frames to sleek, timeless specs.

What’s more, Drew has named every pair in the range after one of her characters such as Maggie, Lilly and Erin.

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The 2019 collection includes a wide range of styles, so there’s definitely something to suit everyone. The best news is, the collection will be available to buy in-store and online over the next few weeks and you can pick up one pair for £80 or two pairs for £119!

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The FLOWER eyewear range, which also shares a name with Drew’s makeup line that has just launched in the UK, has lots of gold detailing.

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With gold set to be a key trend for specs this year, you’ll see lots of gold and little rose gold FLOWER logos on the frames too.

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Drew Barrymore’s father-in-law used to run Chanel.

So you’d think the mom of Olive, 2, and Frankie, 1, would be a coddled creature of couture.

You’d be wrong. Barrymore counts her dollars — she shops at Zara and Topshop, she says. And she applies that same cost awareness to her beauty line, Flower, which is sold at Walmart.

Now she’s expanding her collection with a line of eyewear, launching Monday. All of it also highly affordable, clocking in at $39 for sunglasses and $88 for eyeglasses.

“I have drawers and drawers full of sunglasses. I’ve collected them over the years. The thing that appeals to me about this line is that I don’t spend a lot of money on my glasses,” she says.

“I refuse. I have a price point and I don’t go above it. If I’m wearing expensive sunglasses, I did not buy them. I’m not comfortable spending X amount of money on sunglasses. You can lose or break them. I’m priced out of most of the market. Venice Beach boardwalk, I’m in. So I wanted to bring high-end, fashionable, beautifully made sun and optical (glasses) at a different price point.”

Drew Barrymore and her partner, Will Kopelman, in June 2014. Todd Williamson, Todd Williamson/Invision/AP

It goes without saying that most celebs have no idea that stuff has a price, and many don’t even carry wallets or cash. Barrymore has always been the opposite.

“I’ve only worn designer things for work and those things get returned. It’s Cinderella. It has to go back to the store in the morning. Everything I wear on a red carpet, I don’t get to own it. It’s a fun fantasy,” says Barrymore. “I don’t like feeling priced out of things. I really have a low ceiling for it. I want to make things that are able to be made for that price. For myself, I wear J. Crew flats. I love them. That feels like a price splurge but they’re sensible. I feel good about that.”

Now that Barrymore turned 40, her vision isn’t quite as 20/20 as it used to be, to her dismay. Which means reading glasses are in her near future.

“I’m starting to begin to wear opticals myself. That’s quite a transition for me,” she says. “The art of glasses is the art of beauty. There are lot of tricks when it comes to wearing glasses. They are synonymous with beauty. Everything that’s above the neck is a part of what a woman does to feel good about herself.”

Speaking of beautiful, that Feb. 22 photo that Barrymore posted of herself, glowing and giddy on her 40th birthday at the beach? Yes, those are laugh lines and freckles you see on her face. She’d like to expand into skincare, because Barrymore believes there are alternatives to scalpels and injections.

“I’ve tried to take care of my skin naturally, without falseness,” she says, referring to plastic surgery. “I love a clean, happy face. Aging gracefully to me is everything.”

Drew Barrymore models one of her shades. Flower Eyewear Published 12:53 PM EDT May 15, 2015