Posted on: May 13, 2015 Posted by: Aamna Ali Comments: 0
10 Things you Must Know about Sunglasses

While their invention dating back to thousands of years – prehistoric Inuit tribes walrus ivory glass has been used Sun with thin cracks to block – only very popular in the early 1920s, which began sunglasses Hollywood celebrities wear to hide them from fans. Since then, when businessman Sam Foster sold the first mass-produced pairs on the beaches of New Jersey in the late 1920s sunglasses have developed a must-have accessory. Audrey Hepburn’s cat-eyed Oliver goldsmiths, Steve McQueen’s collapsible Persols helped create sunglasses some of the most iconic looks of the all time. So, we are celebrating as the approach of warm days with an assortment of interesting facts – in addition to a selection of our favorite sunglasses options for S/S15.

10 Things you Must Know about Sunglasses
10 things about sunglasses
  •  Manufacturer joy loses someone in the United States, breaks or sits on a pair of sunglasses every 14 minutes.
  • Retail for £270,000, gold detailed sunglasses remain the world’s most expensive sunglasses Chopard diamond.
  • By Kurt Cobain, Bono, and Lady Gaga is the history of music with bizarre sunglasses looks, filled, yet pop star Elton John can keep up. Bold and colorful, its ranks thousands of glittery and strange shaped pairs, outrageous assortment which are kept in a special cabinet.
  • One of the most popular models in the green tinted Ray Ban Aviator goggles history was originally invented in the early 1930s pilots to protect against the hazards of high-altitude glare.
  • There’s a reason why Karl Lagerfeld black mark is never seen without his sunglasses. Referring to his tear drop-shaped, prescription shades, German fashion designer explained, “they are my burka. «»” «I’m a little short-sighted and are short-sighted in humans and to remove that look like sweet dogs, to adopt their glasses.
  • It is said that Emperor Nero joy watching gladiator fights through polished diamonds, play with the distortion of the image and color has created by its brilliant facets.
  • It was not until 1913, William Crookes developed the scientist shades, could absorb the ultraviolet and infrared light. Before discovery of Crookes, colored lenses there but without these properties.
  •  first published in: in 1953, and by numerous celebrities, worn by James Dean, Andy Warhol and Bob Dylan, Ray Ban Wayfarer is reported that the best-selling style in history.
  •  The famous heart-shaped sunglasses worn by Sue Lyon to promote Stanely Kubrick’s Lolita appear not actually in the film, but they nevertheless female celebrities, past and present have become very popular.
  1. Not only can sunglasses give clues about the character of a people, but also their physical appearance can change. Backing up this claim is Jack Nicholson, who said: “with my sunglasses on, I’m Jack Nicholson. Without them, I’m fat and 70.”

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