Harper's Bazaar (Singapore) - - THE NEWS -

Through­out its 80-year his­tory, Ray-Ban’s y-Ban’s sig­na­ture of­fer­ings have been at the he fore­front of cul­tural change. Its de­signs, such as the Avi­a­tor and Way­farer, have stood the test of time, boast­ing a clas­sic ap­peal that speaks to rock stars, screen sirens, politi­cians and every­one else in be­tween. That’s not to say the eye­wear gi­ant has rested on its lau­rels—it has con­tin­u­ously de­vel­oped cut­ting-edge styles that pro­pel it for­ward in the new mil­len­nium. Those de­signs (and more) will now be b avail­able at Ray-Ban’s first stand­alone store in Sin­ga­pore. Lo­cated in Plaza Plaz Sin­ga­pura, it is also the t brand’s in­au­gu­ral bou­tique in South­east Sout Asia.

Fa­mous exes: Sean Penn and Madonna in clas­sic avi­a­tors. Sun­glasses, Ray-Ban

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