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Sunglasses Ray-ban

Ray-Ban Blaze Sunglasses

Brand sunglasses Ray-Ban was founded in 1937 by Bausch & Lomb. Ray-Ban, which means "lightning barrier", is considered the first modern manufacturer of sunglasses. Ray-Ban is the creator of the most imitated sunglasses in the world, the Aviator, as well as another legendary model, the Wayfarer.

Aviator sunglasses with its characteristic crystals in the form of gout, were created for pilots and military, who needed to protect their eyes from the glare of the sun and its effects. Given its success, it soon became available to the general public. The Wayfarer was first manufactured in the 50's and marked the transition between the classic wire-rimmed glasses and modern plastic frames. They are the best selling sun glasses in history and were originally designed, like the Aviator, Pilot. The Wayfarer sunglasses became popular thanks to its acceptance among Hollywood actresses of the 60's and his appearance in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's", as worn by the fashion icon Audrey Hepburn.