Ray-Ban has always been one of the most famous eyewear labels. The brand has shaped the evolution of glasses and sunglasses for decades, and many of its models still reflect the popular designs of the past.
Elegant, sensuous, feminine - these glasses and sunglasses are inspired by the 1950s, when it was mostly the sweeping cat-eyes that set the tone of fashion. Ray-Ban is bringing back the feminine look to the present with new colour combinations.
The bigger, the better seems to be the fashion motto of these frames. No surprise, as they are reminiscent of the hippie and disco style. These models prove that the XL design suits both round and square models.
Even though the 1980s made use of a varierty of already existing designs in terms of eyewear, it is above all the decade of the Aviator. This shape enjoys cult status to this day and is not only used as sunglasses by Ray-Ban, but also as prescription glasses.
These frames are the epitomy of minimalism with their narrow, oval shapes and half-rimmed frame. This is also reflected in the colours of the sunglasses lenses, which seem almost transparent thanks to a slight tint.
* Sum of regular shop price for the frame and the recommended retail price (RRP) for two anti-reflective, scratch-resistant single vision plastic lenses (refraction index 1.5) no greater than sph. +6.0/-6.0 D; cyl. +2.0/-2.0 D.
** All frames include two anti-reflective, scratch-resistant single vision plastic lenses (refraction index 1.5) no greater than sph. +6.0/-6.0 D; cyl. +2.0/-2.0 D.
The crossed out prices without RRP are the standard prices at Mister Spex.