Models donned the Google Glass accessory during Diane von Furstenberg's (DVF) Spring/Summer 2013 collection, capturing a range of images using the in-built camera.
Unveiled earlier in the year, the advanced eyewear uses augmented reality to project a range of information in front of the user's eye, such as messages, calendar reminders and map instructions.
For the DVF show, Google coloured the Google Glasses to reflect the different palettes of the DVF collection, including red, orange, white and bright blue.
Some of the models captured the show using the video functionality on the glasses. According to Mashable, some of this footage will be used for a short film entitled "DVF through Glass", which will be released on DVF's Google+ page on Thursday.
At the end of the show, Brin joined a Google Glass-clad Furstenberg and Yvan Mispelaere, the creative director of DVF, to soak up the applause on the runway.
In June, Brin announced that the "Glass explorer edition" could be pre-ordered by US-based developers who attended the Google's I/O conference, priced at $1,500 (£964). It is expected to ship in early 2013.
He said that Google expects to roll out a consumer version of the eyewear in less than two years, with reports suggesting that the glasses could cost between $250 and $600 (£157 and £378).
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