RayBan Sunglasses | Wayfarer, Clubmaster, Aviator and more

If you’re interested in buying sunglasses and you have never heard of RayBan it’s quite possible you’ve been living under a rock. Never fear, though. Allow us to give you a tour of RayBan past and present. A unique quality of the RayBan line is that certain aspects of their line have been popular for multiple decades:

Wayfarers (pictured above), for example, have been made famous throughout history by the likes of Bob Dylan, Jack Nicholson and the iconic performance of Tom Cruise in Risky Business. More recently, many famous female celebrities have been spotted wearing Wayfarers as well, including Paris Hilton and Reese Witherspoon. This old Hollywood look may never go out of style, and we offer them here at Haddonfield Vision in multiple sizes and colors (as well as in polarized).

RayBan can also be attributed to pioneering the Aviator style, popularizing the pilot style sunglasses for both men and women. Here we showcase two different lens colors, available in silver and gold.

Above are two modern styles for RayBan. Despite continuing to produce timeless styles, RayBan does innovate each season with more new age designs that are also unisex and complimentary to most faces.

Above is a closer look at the Clubmaster style, both the original (top left) and Clubmaster 2 (bottom right). From Beyonce to Robert Pattinson, this style continues to attract celebrities of both genders. Featured here in gold and silver.

Also be sure to check our our selection of Rayban Eyeglasses

All photos taken ON SITE at Haddonfield Vision by Lauren Moon, 2011.

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2 responses to “RayBan Sunglasses | Wayfarer, Clubmaster, Aviator and more

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