Founded in 1937, Ray-Ban has since been a fashion must-have. From presidents to pop-stars, models to photographers, we take a look at the Ray-Ban icons and their style of choice.
PRESIDENT J.F KENNEDY
Former President of the United States JFK was an avid wearer of the Wayfarers. Often seen wearing the tortoise shelled style, JFK teamed them with a polo shirt and pair of desk shoes for an off duty look to his otherwise very formal suit and tie.
Fashion icon Kate Moss is one of the most stylish and recognised women on the planet. Her grungy, bohemian style has made her a style icon, often seen wearing a pair of black Wayfarer, paired with a fringed leather jacket and fedora hat.
Hollywood actor Tom Cruise most famously wore the Ray-Ban Aviator style in the movie ‘Top Gun’. With the most iconic image of him wearing the style when exiting the plane. Tom Cruise is the epitome of classic style.
1/5th of the 90’s pop band sensation the ‘Spice Girls’ now turned top fashion designer, Victoria Beckham has been a fan of the Ray-Ban Aviators for over two decades. Often seen in the gold thin framed Aviators, they clearly have the Beckham stamp of approval.
American actor and general heart throb Robert Pattinson has captured the hearts of millions with his good looks and fashion style. His casual style of basic tee, denim jeans and the Ray-Ban Clubmaster are his off-duty wardrobe which make him a fashion icon of today.
Grammy Award winner, world sensation, Beyoncé, is often spotted in her iconic tortoise shell Clubmaster Ray-Ban. Teamed with a pair of denim high-waisted shorts and white shirt, its an outfit which has the Queen B seal of approval.
A Beatles band member, 1960’s pin-up and Ray-Ban style icon, John Lennon is the definite face of the Ray-Ban Round Metal sunglass style. With his curly unkempt hair he had the 1960’s hippy vibe which is still visible through the Round Metal style today.