American Optical Saratoga Sunglasses

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  • of or relating to or involving light or optics; "optical supplies"
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american optical saratoga sunglasses - Ray-Ban RB2132
Ray-Ban RB2132 New Wayfarer Sunglasses, Top Blue Orange Frame/Blue Gradient Lens, 55 mm
Ray-Ban RB2132 New Wayfarer  Sunglasses, Top Blue Orange Frame/Blue Gradient Lens, 55 mm
Let's talk a bit about a classic pair of sunglasses - New Wayfarer Sunglasses. The Ray-Ban Wayfarer was introduced by Bausch & Lomb in 1952 and was an instant sucess has been a style icon ever since. The shape and design of the sunglasses took advantage of recent advances in plastic technology and represented a bold contemporary style. With celebrities like Marilyn Monroe and Kim Novak publicily wearing the Wayfarer in the 50's, Audrey Hepburn wearing them in "Breakfast at Tiffany's," and icons like Bob Dylan, Andy Warhol, Roy Orbison, and JFK wearing them these sunglasses became a classic. The Ray-Ban Wayfarers of the 2000's are slightly flatter and are have the model number 2140. This is imprinted on the inside of the temple. They also have a script Ray-Ban emblem on the lens and on the outside of the temples a feature on some of the earlier models but not all, especially those from the 80's era. These also come in many more color combinations, some a little crazier and bold than others......

American Legion Club
American Legion Club
AMERICAN LEGION CLUB, 1962. 550 Wickenden Street. This is now the site of the Fox Point Boys Club. Photo Courtesy of Lou Costa
Saratoga Springs Police Department Cars
Saratoga Springs Police Department Cars
Saratoga Springs, NY
american optical saratoga sunglasses
american optical saratoga sunglasses
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