Ray-Ban's Spring/Summer '19 Is All About Modern And Vintage

You know, I had this interesting thought a few years back like if there's actually a frame available anywhere that could help hide my dark/under eye circles.
Although, there's a real problem that needed solving, I'm curious anyway.
Tried some frames on myself whenever I visited the mall and somehow some of the bottom of the glasses' eye wire would cast another shadow right where I don't want it. I notice that dark frames also make my dark circles look worse. Now that I decided to wear glasses every day, I should also love how they look. Right?
Good thing, Ray-ban understands the differences in preference especially when it comes to highlighting one's passion points.

I was really fortunate to be part of Ray-Ban's Spring/Summer '19 launching recently and was able to learn best tips for choosing the perfect frames and lenses to suit anyone's style.
Opening the season with the Nina, oval Double Bridge, Meteor, Oval Evolve and hexagonal Evolve, Ray-ban puts its own modern twist to old-time favorites now that Summer is almost here.

Here's what I learned. For the upcoming SS1 pieces frame segment that would be dropping in the stores by March 2019 are technically about shapes and colors. Like the metal and acetates with prints and stuff.
Spotted are eye wear with Carbon Fiber, the material that the brand is actually back into developing. Double Bridge styles are seen in Aviators and Pilot shades.
But the most exciting part of the collection is the sunglasses category. One of the technologies that they are developing is included in EVOLVE collection which is actually photochromic.
Photochromic lenses are eyeglass lenses that are clear (or nearly clear) indoors and darken automatically when exposed to sunlight. Other terms sometimes used for photochromic lenses include "light-adaptive lenses" and "variable tint lenses."

Evolve collection comes in oval and hexagonal shapes and shades become lighter due to upgrade. It also has Double Bridge oval shapes shades, High street and Youngster in caravan shapes.

Youngster, the fusion line between Ray-ban Junior for the kids and the collection with the higher price point. This one meets them together in terms of the cost and age target.
The Ray-Ban Chris epitomizes modern day fashion packed into a lightweight, comfortable design which are a stylish new addition to the Highstreet collection. These unisex sunglasses are designed with unique style cues taken from the Erika style, but spun into a slightly more masculine shape with square lenses and a less circular frame shape.

The Nina collection, which is known to be the cat's eyes, is one of the very first collaborated pieces of Ray-Ban with the Russian DJ Nina Kraviz. She designed the style and selected the prints herself since Ray-ban wants to be active in the music industry.

The Meteor, on the other hand, is Asian-fit--term used by the eye wear industry to describe glasses that are made for those with lower nose bridges and higher cheekbones.
Anyone can be an icon--including YOU. Make your own statement with a pair of Ray-Bans. The new Ray-Ban Collections will be exclusively available at Vision Express.
Visit Vision Express and choose from their extensive collection of Ray-Ban sunglasses.

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