Category: Eyewear

Ray-Ban Aviators
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Ray-Ban Aviators

Before belonging to Ray-Ban, Aviators were sunglasses that were conceived by American optician Bausch & Lomb. It was in the early 30s that this New York-based optician got a special order from the US Air Force. They were looking for particularly filtered sunglasses for their pilots to protect them during maneuvers in strong light conditions....

“Dior So Real” Sunglasses
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“Dior So Real” Sunglasses

A fresh perspective straight out of another world. The Dior So Real take the inspiration for their structured curve from that of pantos, sunglasses that were popular in the artistic and cultural circles of the 40s. A resolutely futuristic yet vintage aura that has today led to a fresh perspective. The sunglasses have an oval shape...

My Dior Electric Rubber
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My Dior Electric Rubber

The vocabulary uses the English language wordplay that Christian Dior himself was so fond of to allude to the “cannage” motif. This story starts with a particular thread, adding to the tradition of a fabric composed of two woven chains, two diagonally crossed threads that complicated a rigid fabric. Made of small rattan sticks, the...

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Dior’s SoReal Sunglasses

Discover the SoReal sunglasses by Dior in this magical video featuring the light new frames. Available in a lighter tortoiseshell version or a bold black, as seen in the video, the SoReal sunglasses seem like the perfect accessory for the upcoming warmer seasons.