Why Ray-Ban ?
When it comes to Ray-Ban , to coin a phrase well used by Tina Turner, they’re simply the best! Ray-Ban Sunglasses have been on this planet for ever. Well, for a lifetime at least for most of us! Ray-Ban were first introduced to the world in the mid 1930s when they introduced a unique pair of sunglasses called the Ray-Ban aviator. That’s a style you will have heard of, unless you have been living under a rock for the last 75 years, because it’s a Ray-Ban style that is still made today, and the most popular sunglasses style ever produced.
Ray-Ban have a long history of innovation, a driving force in sunglasses styling, and have made a huge impression on popular culture for decades. Many celebrities have played famous roles wearing Ray-Ban sunglasses. From the Ray-Ban Wayfarer worn by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s to the Ray-Ban Aviator worn by Tom Cruise in Top Gun, to the Ray-Ban Predator worn by Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in Men in Black.
Ray-Ban sunglasses, although not considered a sports style of sunglasses, are certainly popular to wear whilst watching sport. For example, Pippa Middleton favoured wearing the Ray-Ban Aviator at Wimbledon in 2011.
There is no questioning the pedigree of Ray-Ban sunglasses. The Ray-Ban brand logo is possibly the most iconic designer logo in the world today, recognised on every continent and in virtually every county. If you want to buy a piece of history and a piece of popular culture at the same time, then look no further than Ray-Ban sunglasses.