Throughout its almost eight decades-long histories, Ray-Ban has been pushing boundaries in both eyewear engineering and pop culture. From presidents to rock and movie stars, from artists to runway models, Ray-Ban has proven indispensable for cultural icons of every generation.
New Wayfarer Classic RB2132 901
Ray-Ban Wayfarer is undoubtedly the most famous style in the history of eyeglasses. First Ray-Ban Wayfarer was launched in 1952, and once they had been seen on-screen legends, they became one of the fashion icons of the 20th century. Audrey Hepburn wore Ray-Ban Wayfarer in 1961’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Tom Cruise wore them in Risky Business and Bob Dylan could hardly be spotted without his Ray-Ban Wayfarer with dark lenses during his heydays.
The material used for the frame is lightweight plastic, providing exceptional reliability and durability. The lenses are engineered to block 100% of harmful UV rays.