A selection of round vintage sunnies, to be found at Lunettes Brillenagentur Shop in Berlin-Mitte.
Vintage Ray-Ban. The original version of today’s RB3475-Q.
Love this combination! The total opposite of what we’re used to see on acetate/metal eyewear. Normally they have acetate on top, like to Clubmaster style. But this is just geeky and awesome!
Or what about super round with double nose bridge like this one. Love it!
Last weekend I passed by the Double Elvis Gallery in Stockholm and noticed this gorgeous girl. She looked so cool just siting their with her effortless cool style, enjoying the sun in her golden Ray-Ban 3447 with G15 lenses.
I love new releases! Specially when they comes with a new twist, like this ones below:
Ray-Ban‘s Signet RB3429 and Round Metal RB3447 are two classic sunglasses from Ray-Ban. Signet has it roots from the 70’s and Round Metal from the 80’s. Today, you can find them in a renewed version with soft faded lenses. We see more and more faded lenses, big like.
RB3447 112/32 “Round Metal”
RB3429 02 “Signet”
I like that the lenses aren’t dark as G15. With this faded lens you can have a conversation without being impolite, as your friend is able to see your eyes trough the lenses.
Last year, I had the pleasure to buy me a pair vintage sunglasses from Ray-Ban. The classic round metal model RB3447, which is from the time when they’re made by Bausch and Lomb.
For you guys who would like to have a pair of these, you no longer have to hunt a vintage pair, because this year Ray-Ban have a new release of this model. Finally!