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Throughout its seven-and-a-half decades, Ray-Ban has proven indispensable for cultural icons who don't want to be seen - but definitely want to be noticed. Ray-Ban has left an undeniable mark on culture history, with stars from James Dean, Tom Cruise, Audrey Hepburn and Michael Jackson donning their eye-wear. 

Ray-Ban debuted their Ray-Ban Aviators for pilots in the 1930s - with a revolutionary green lens, which cut the glare, but didn't obscure vision. They then brought out new lenses for the 'outdoorsmen' - targeting hunting, shooting and fishing enthusiasts. 

By the 1950s, Ray-Bans entered the fashion world, with Audrey Hepburn and James Dean wearing the Ray-Ban Wayfarers on screen. The sunglasses were now a staple in Hollywood. As the years went on the brand expanded its collection size, and branched into Ray-Ban Optical and Ray-Ban Junior. 

Through every decade of its existence, Ray-Ban has shaped popular culture. Never just a transient trend, Ray-Ban eyewear marks out the wearer as an individual of taste and discernment. And now, 75 years after the first pairs of Ray-Ban Aviator helped US pilots reach new heights, Ray-Ban remains an enduring classic.

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