Ray-Ban is a world-renowned eye-wear brand that continues to take the fashion world by storm, mostly known for its designer Wayfarer and Aviator style of sunglasses and representing over seventy years of authentic style in sunglasses, Ray-Ban has left a permanent mark that cannot be erased when it comes to the world of eye-wear. Learn more about RayBan HK below.
Top Ray-Ban Price List 2020
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses||HK$ 1,552.47||Smart Buy Glasses|
|Ray-Ban Round Metal Sunglasses||HK$ 658.68||Jomashop|
|Ray-Ban Square Sunglasses||HK$ 981.71||Smart Buy Glasses|
|Ray-Ban RB3647N Sunglasses||HK$ 1,124.40||Smart Buy Glasses|
|Ray-Ban RB4305 Sunglasses||HK$ 981.71||Smart Buy Glasses|
|Ray-Ban The Marshall Sunglasses||HK$ 1,124.40||Smart Buy Glasses|
|Ray-Ban Aviator Large Metal Evolve Sunglasses||HK$ 1,084.17||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Ray-Ban Sunglasses Andy RB4202||HK$ 907.51||Smart Buy Glasses|
|Ray-Ban Sunglasses Andy RB4202 Black||HK$ 907.51||Smart Buy Glasses|
|Ray-Ban RB4305 Sunglasses Brown Gradient Dark Brown and Opal Beige||HK$ 1,055.91||Smart Buy Glasses|
Believe it or not, before Ray-Ban became an icon in the American fashion industry, it was specially designed for pilots who suffered from headaches and nausea when flying high altitudes due to the intense amount of glare. Created by Bausch & Lomb, on May 7, the very first sunglass to infuse an anti-glare lens with an extremely lightweight gold plated metal frame with two green lenses that block out the harmful rays of the sun which is now more commonly known as the Aviator Glasses was a huge hit among the U.S. Army Air Corps pilots. And when Ray-Ban created a hard plastic frame called the Ray-Ban Wayfarer in 1952, Ray-Ban became a part of the American fashion scene and popular culture.
Ray-Ban was generally marketed to men but the sleek and shiny design that seemed to complement any face shape was a huge appeal among the ladies. And when Audrey Hepburn’s iconic character, Holly Golightly literally never took her Wayfarers off in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’, everyone, from Presidents to movie stars to jocks and geeks wanted a pair of these ideal sunglasses. Shockingly, there was also downtime for this amazing brand, but thanks to Tom Cruise who looked extra dashing in his classic Wayfarer in the 1983 ‘Risky Business’, Ray-Bans was the cool thing again and to this very day, with the brands’ ability to stay true to its classic nature yet evolve with time, there's no stopping Ray-Bans from taking over the industry.
The Best Ray-Ban for Your Face
Have you ever wasted your time, money and effort looking for the perfect sunglasses that would suit the shape of your face? Since there are like a plethora of different styles and shapes out there, finding the perfect one can be quite a pain. But no worries, we are here to take that worries away. Here are some tips on how you can shop for the perfect pair of shades no matter if your face is round, oblong, oval, square or heart-shaped.
The basic rule is to find a frame that is wider than your face. The larger the better. You need to stay away from round frames and opt for angular shapes like square and rectangular frames that would be the perfect fit. Wayfarer frames with bold prints and colours hold a unisex appeal and highlight the best part of your face.
You need to balance your face with width, so choose sunglasses that don’t extend beyond the widest part of your head. Your worst enemy will be anything that is too angular, for it might just jut out at the edge. Oval and oversized frames are your ultimate best friends and Aviators with gradient lenses and metal framework keeps things casual and defines those beautiful cheekbones. Look for anything that is oversized for the perfect sleek vibe.
You, my friend, should count your lucky stars for you have the shape that goes with any style. You can experiment with the latest looks of the wayfarer that is updated with an array of colours and printed frames. If you are looking at accentuating your cheekbones, opt for a large frame. A metal framework will soften your look and details on the arm of your shades will pull your temples out.
If you have a strong jawline with wide cheekbones, then you should certainly look out for rounded or aviator shaped frames. Oversized shades or anything that is larger than life with strong detailing will complement your own defined framework. If you are looking for an ultra-feminine look, search for the butterfly framed shades that are oversized and glamorous. And for a masculine look, your wingman will be the metal framework with dark lenses.
A sharp, pointed chin with wide cheekbones and forehead goes perfectly with anything that screams quirky and retro like rectangular or ‘cat-eyed’ sunglasses. You need to look for a pair that angles outwards and upwards, widening your face to balance that sexy jawline. You don’t want to look like a grasshopper so keep your choice of the frame as small as possible.
Ray-Ban Takes Over Hollywood
Compared to other brands, Ray-Ban has become a must-have in the movie industry. When it comes to shades and protecting the actor’s eye, nothing says cool like a pair of Ray-Bans. Some of their most popular movies where Ray-Ban practically had its own character include:
- Body of Lies- Leonardo DiCaprio in Ray-Ban Aviators
- Daredevil- Ben Affleck in Ray-Ban Olympians
- Dark Knight- Batman in 3324 Aviators
- The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button- Brad Pitt in 3025 Aviators
- Iron Man- Robert Downey Jr. in Aviators
- Men in Black- Will Smith in Predator 2’s
Frequently Asked Questions about Ray-Ban Sunglasses
What is special about Ray-Ban sunglasses?
Ray-Ban is a heritage brand, and for good reason. They’ve stayed true to the classics, but have also managed to keep up with the trends without losing sight of their brand. The end result is a brand with universal appeal that everyone from your brother to your best friend to your grandma is proud to rock. Whether you’re a Ray-Bans loyalist, or new to the brand, it’s definitely a great place to pick up your next pair of sunglasses.
Are RayBans 100% UV?
Yes, all Ray Bans have UV protection. However, not all Ray Bans provide the same UV protection- depending on the coating of the lenses, there are shades which provide up to 100% UV protection, while other lenses allow a quarter of the light to reach the eyes.
Do Ray-Ban have a lifetime warranty?
Ray Ban sunglasses come with a 1-year manufacturing warranty that covers any issues with a manufacturing defect of the sunglasses. Ray Ban warrants their sunglasses against breakage due to defects in material and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase.
Are Ray-Bans worth it?
Ray-Bans sunglasses are definitely worth the price you pay for. Aside from being the most iconic glasses brand, Ray-Ban prides themselves on providing frames and lenses of the highest quality. Ray-Ban sunglasses offer full UV protection from the sun’s harmful rays, allowing you to be stylish and safe in the sun.
How can you tell if Ray-Ban is fake?
If you cannot settle for anything less than authentic Ray-Ban sunglasses, you need to know the most common signs of counterfeiting. This also applies whether you’re buying new sunglasses or shopping for vintage/collectables.
- The look and feel: Real Ray-Ban sunglasses frames are durable and smooth to the touch. They feel substantial and look well-designed. The fit and finish have no flaws, and the temple arms open easily. Fakes can feel cheap and flimsy.
- The lenses: The right-side lens should have the distinctive, cursive-lettered Ray-Ban logo near the top corner. The lettering should be crisp and clean. Fakes are often messy and jagged. The left-side lens should have the letters RB etched into it- not painted or glued on.
- The temple arms: The raised Ray-Ban logo should be attached to both temple arms. The left temple arm should include the model number plus the sizes, while the right arm should say the model of Ray-Ban sunglasses along with “Hand Made in Italy.” Fakes may omit some of this information.
- The hinges: For instance, Ray-Ban Wayfarers have distinctive metal hinges with seven prongs - four on one side, three on the other- and two metal studs on each half of the hinge. Fakes typically have plastic hinges or low-quality metal hinges.