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Ray Ban Wayfarer II

le 19 August 2010 par Joe the "tire-remover"

Ray Ban on the spot again! The famous brand came up with a new two-tone update of the iconic Wayfarer sunglasses. The Wayfarer II has detailed features like a metal signature logo on each sculpted temple. The color combination is particularly enhancing the iconic contoured shape, and the grey faded (crystal) lenses keeps the unmistakable… Lire la suite

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Ray Ban Aviator Sunglasses

le 24 April 2007 par Joe the "tire-remover"

Is it time to take your Ray Ban Aviators out for a ride again? This iconic style was designed in 1936 for the American army’s pilots and immortalised on the silver screen by the young, good looking and arrogant Tom Cruise in Top Gun. Aviators really are top-drawer stuff. The frames are available in gold… Lire la suite

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Ray-Ban

le 30 September 2013 par
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Ray-Ban Clubmaster Black / Gold

le 9 April 2009 par Joe the "tire-remover"

Ray-Ban RB3016 Clubmaster with G15 lens. A slightly more sophisticated shape compared to the wayfarer. Made to the exact specifications as the orignal, with black upper frame and arms, gold lower lens frame, bridge and hinges. Handmade in Italy.

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Wayfarer subway

le 7 December 2009 par Joe the "tire-remover"

These Ray-Ban Wayfarer come from a special series by Ray-Ban name “Rare Print”. This is “NYC Subway” Edition. The Subway pattern on Wayfarer is a section of the New York City subway map. Get more pictures of these sunglasses from my “french weblog“. $145 from 80’s Purple Get 10% off and FREE SHIPPING & 10%… Lire la suite

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Electric Sunglasses

le 18 August 2008 par Joe the "tire-remover"

This is the latest in our selection of sunglasses, and today we’re looking at Electric. Based in San Clemente, in California, the brand was created by Greg Arnette, but became know in its current form by Kip Arnette (his son) who took it over in 2000 in association with Bruce Beach. Like all good Californians,… Lire la suite

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Men’s sunglasses: trends for 2008

le 22 April 2008 par Joe the "tire-remover"

Let’s start with a non-trendy style, as it never goes out of fashion: the aviator, which has been present in every new collection since it was created by Ray Ban in 1936. This basic has once again formed the inspiration for many fashion houses (Dior, Cavalli, Tom Ford…) and designers (Berryl, Porsche Design…). The main… Lire la suite

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Wayfarer-style sunglasses

le 4 June 2007 par Joe the "tire-remover"

Aviators came back with a vengeance 2 years ago, sales were off the scale last year, and will be extremely popular this summer! However this summer will be marked by the return of the other great Ray Ban classic: The Wayfarer! Designed in 1952, Wayfarers were not only a new style, but also the first… Lire la suite

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On the run

le 25 October 2013 par Romano as "the garagerocker"

A thug, a crook, a gangster, a man whose lifestyle is made of infractions… this one is rather a little yobbo. A stray scoundrel, a pickpocket, a rascal armed with razorblades, stealing to drink and clothe. Living in this waste ground, labyrinth of detritus which have become his marked territory over time. Desocialized, sour, stay… Lire la suite

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What is selvedge denim?

“Selvedge” is a word that you probably heard many times if you are directly or indirectly interested in trousers, jackets, shirts and everything else made with denim. Where does it come from? Why is this word never off jeans amateur’s lips? Let’s start with the beginning, by definition selvedge is the contraction of “Self Edge”,… Lire la suite

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