Ray-Ban sunglasses are one of the most iconic brands in the eyewear industry and favoured for their timelessly stylish sunglasses which never fail to look effortlessly stylish and on trend. The brand is also the choice of many celebrities and fashion icons and the various styles are consistently making appearances at summer music festivals and high profile events.Ray-Ban became incredibly popular during the 1950’s and being featured in an array of blockbuster movies only helped to create a further buzz. Fake Ray Ban Sunglaess Since the early 1960’s, the collection has made numerous appearances in a wide selection of the world’s most iconic films. In 1961 the Wayfarer was seen on the ultra glamorous Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Other films whereby Ray-Ban’s have been featured include Donny Brasco, Reservoir Dogs, Risky Business, Blues Brothers and of course, Tom Cruise’s famous Ray-Ban Aviators in Top Gun.In addition to film, Ray Ban is also synonymous with the celebrity and fashion scene. Fans of the brand include Brad Pitt, Kate Moss,Gucci Women JeansCheap Jerseys Alexa Chung, Nicole Ritchie and Sienna Miller to name only a few. Music is hugely associated with the Ray-Ban brand and the recent revamped Wayfarers which have retained their original style but added a splash of vibrant colour, were a popular accessory at the recent iconic music festivals in 2009 including Glastonbury and V Festival.


The various styles of Ray-Ban sunglasses are complimentary to a variety of face shapes and style preferences. Colour is a key trend that the brand has focused on and has subsequently re-launched a selection of classic styles but with bold and vibrant coloured frames to keep the look current and on trend. Ray.Ban Sunglaess AAA The classic Wayfarers for example have been reintroduced incorporating funky patterns on the inner arms section such as a pink floral pattern with white acetate frames as well as striking block colours including blue, red, yellow and purple as well as classic black. Of course, Ray-Ban consistently launches brand new designs including a slick wraparound style that is a little smarter than typical wraparounds and available in a selection of various colours with the iconic Ray-Ban logo is positioned on the arms. Ray-Ban has also updated their aviator style which is made from unique Ray-Ban Tech carbon fibre arms and polarised silver lenses and are a great example of using the most innovative of production techniques and materials to create an incredibly high quality product.


So what makes the sunglasses from Ray Ban worth the money? They were the first company to actually design eyewear that was intended to protect the eyes from the sun while still looking good. In order to do this, they had to perfect the materials used in the frames. Other brands have followed since, but it was Ray Ban that started it.  They eventually discovered    that frames made of carbon fiber are ideal for sunglasses because it allows them to be very lightweight while at the same time being both strong and flexible. So you won’t ever have to worry about them breaking.Of course, you are probably wondering how you can save money by knowing this. Since the quality is in the frame, you should just purchase the frame by itself. You can actually do this, and by removing the lenses you can take quite a bit off the purchase price. All you will have to do will be to get your own lenses and place them in. This is what people do for designer reading glasses anyway, and sun glasses are no different. You will still be able to protect your eyes from the harmful UV rays, only you will look fantastic and feel comfortable while doing it.


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