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Wayfarer

The Wayfarer was designed in 1952 and has been in production since 1956. At the time, the design was considered to be quite revolutionary. The 1983 film Risky Business (starring a young Tom Cruise) marked the beginning of it's enduring popularity in modern times.


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Clubmaster

The Clubmaster is one of the most famous examples of the so-called Browline Glasses. This style was hugely popular in the fifties and sexties. Modern-day afficionado's are -amongst others- Beyoncé and Bruno Mars.


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Aviator

Ray-Ban developed the Aviator in the 1930's for pilot's to protect their eyes while flying. The 1986 film Top Gun gave the Aviator a huge popularity boost. In the early 2000's, Johnny Knoxville once again put them in the spotlight.


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Cockpit

The Ray-Ban Cockpit sunglasses take everything that is iconic about the original Aviator sunglasses, and takes it to a current, contemporary place. The Ray-Ban Cockpit sunglasses are smaller with less dominant lenses which compliments most face shapes as it shows its own sense of style.


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Jackie Ohh

The Ray-Ban Jackie Ohh sunglasses are a bold, distinct, modernized version of the classic feminine shape. Featuring rounded corners and a deeper oversized lens shape than the original Jackie Ohh sunglasses, Ray-Ban creates an interpretation in a contemporary look that takes up lots of real estate on the face.


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New Wayfarer

Ray-Ban New Wayfarer sunglasses are a slightly smaller interpretation on the most famous style in sunwear. The iconic Ray-Ban Wayfarer is immediately recognizable anywhere in the world. The Ray-Ban signature logo is displayed on both sculpted temples. The New Wayfarer flaunts a softer eye shape than the original.


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