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by:Fuqian     2020-05-22
It was in 1952 that the Ray Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses revolutionized the sunglass industry by breaking from the norm of metal shades that had till then ruled the roost. Fans such as Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, John Lennon and JFK ensured that the Wayfarer was probably the most popular design of the 1950s and 60s! Once on the verge of being discontinued, the wayfarer is favored by the likes of Jessica Alba and Liv Tyler, and is again highly popular and is available in dozens of variants. With eminent brands such as Kate Spade, Marc Jacobs and Hugo Boss also offering great versions, the venerable wayfarer is a favorite for all seasons! Mirrored sunglasses or 'cop shades' are very popular with police officers in the U.S. and have had a considerable influence on our popular culture, having been worn in numerous movies. Part of the fascination for them probably lies in their ability to prevent eye-contact! Earlier designs had coatings that were often susceptible to scratching and degradation. Newer technology now offers metal layers in chromium and titanium, making them much more wear-resistant. The mirroring helps to further curtail light passing through the lens and makes such shades useful for extremely bright conditions such as sand and water sports. Oversized sunglasses were very fashionable in the 1980s, and are to this day associated with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Since retro designs have become chic these last few years, somewhat moderately oversized glasses can often be seen on celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and remain in demand. For these and many other great designs, try Flyrr for great designer sunglasses at discounts today! About UsFyrr.com - A leading global manufacturer, and distributer of designer sunglasses and prescription frames,such as Ray Ban Aviator Sunglasses or Ray Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses covers nearly all principal markets world-wide.
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