- Acetate frame with slightly inclined pantoscopic angle as tradition dictates.
- Glass lenses.
- Available in 2 calibers.
A timeless eyewear that maintains its original characteristics after more than 50 years.
In 1952 Raymond Stegeman, designer of the American company Bausch & Lomb, created the myth of the Wayfarer. The popularity of the model came later, in 1980 with the release of the film The Blues Brothers starring John Belushi.
The evergreen shape with a bold character had a big success when it was worn by Hollywood stars, such as Tom Cruise in 1983 in Risky Business and in films such as Miami Vice and The Breakfast Club.
The Wayfarers also found popularity in the music world with artists such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Depeche Mode, Queen and George Michael.
Ray-ban, the brand known by all, knows how to adapt through the time and dictates the paradigms of a world that through its models has seen generations grow that now, as then, identify themselves in a look when wearing the famous brand.