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While Ray-Ban now has an A-list fanbase, their beginning was much less glamorous. They started out making glasses for pilots in the US army in 1937. Tasked with creating a design that would tackle the glare without reducing vision they created the original aviator shape with a special green lens.Fake Ray Bans. The glasses were worn by American Air Force pilots during WW11, and civilians keen to emulate this look then started to wear the style.In the ’50s Ray-Ban got the Hollywood stamp of approval thanks to the introduction of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer in 1952.Ray Bans On Sale. The signature design was worn by both James Dean in 1955’s Rebel Without a Cause and later on by Audrey Hepburn in 1961’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
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