Probably the most popular sunglasses of all time is Ray-Ban. These sunglasses were developed in the 1930’s for the US military. The Aviator style first popular with the military and law enforcement groups has withstood the test of time, and are still a favorite today.
Foster Grant, being the first brand of sunglasses in America, is still well known for their sunglasses today. Foster Grant, became increasingly popular in the 1960’s with its first launch of the famous ad campaign, “Who’s that behind those Foster Grants?” which features many celebrities of the time. The successful campaign was launched again in the late 1990’s and a slightly varied version in 2007.
In the 1950’s, Ray-Ban introduced the Wayfarers. This design became more popular after being worn by Audrey Hepburn in the movie, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The Wayfarers, have been said to be the best selling design in sunglasses and the most enduring fashion icon.
Mirrored sunglasses have a reflective optical coating that makes them look like small mirrors. The glasses have been ever so popular with law enforcement and are also known as “cop shades.”
Teashades, with their wire rims are best known as John Lennon glasses. They were popular in the 1960’s and were associated with the “hippie” culture and the anti-establishment movement. They are round in shape and were available in several lens colors or tints. These glasses as well, are still on the market today.
Granny glasses were also a brainchild of the 1960’s. These wire rims were rectangle in shape and like the teashades, were available in several lens colors or tints. They were not actually sunglasses, even though they were colored or tinted, but were more of a fashion statement of the time.
The oversized sunglasses of the 1980’s were a fashion statement of their time. This type of sunglasses, are often associated with the late Jackie Onassis, which evolved into the Onassis Glasses or the “Jackie O’s.” These glasses, were more rounded, and were worn by celebrities to disguise themselves from paparazzi.
Today, the sunglass market is rich with brands and styles of sunglasses. There are designer sunglasses from Serengeti, Bolle, Dior, Fendi, and more. There are sports glasses for fishing, boating, the beach, playing in the snow, and of course sports. There are prescription sunglasses that correct vision while protecting your eyes from UV rays. Glasses that have plastic frames, wire frames, light weight frames, wrap around frames, and many other choices. Who would ever think that buying sunglasses would offer so many choices?
Ray Ban 3025 models in Sizes 55-58-62, while Ray Ban 3026 models only in Size 62. To Get the Best Fit, Choose Your Ray Ban Aviator according to Your Face Size.
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