Why? Well, this eyewear brand is so iconic and popular there's no reason to not invest in a pair. It was founded in 1937 and the Aviator model was the first eyewear design the company produced.
Since then, the brand has given us the Wayfarer, Clubmaster, Cats 2000 and many other best-selling models. The Ray Ban 4178 is a high searched-for model. This demand means that the eyewear can sell out very quickly and easily. This stylish frame has a very unique frame shape. The slightly cat-eye shape of the frames would look best on people with oval, oblong, or heart-shaped faces. If you have a very angular face you may want to avoid angular frames like the RB4178.
The Ray Ban 4178 is available in 5 different frame colours from the standard black frames to a more exciting colour like sage green. If you love Ray Ban for their retro-inspired eyewear designs, why not pick a frame colour that enhances the frame's retro appeal? Opt for the classic tortoise shell model or be adventurous and opt for the sage green model.
Take a look at the chunky frame arms of the Ray Ban RB4178. The thick arms and frame front are typical characteristics of the older sunglass models which were produced in the 1960's. These sunglasses are made from high quality acetate derived from organic sources such as cotton flowers. Acetate is a great frame material as it's smooth, warm to the touch and non-allergenic which makes it a perfect choice for people with sensitive skin.
Celebrities are massive fans of this cool, American brand. Whether it's sunglasses or optical frames A-list celebrities including the likes of Beyoncé, David Beckham, Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt have all been spotted out and about in their Ray Ban eyewear. These cool and retro sunglasses can be bought from the high street or from online retailers. For those who want to save on their designer eyewear, online shopping offers the best deals that you probably won't be able to find on the high street.