These iconic (it's difficult to find a better word) frames have been making faces look better for sixty-years, and they're still going strong. Check out Josh Hartnett below if you needed further proof, because the man looks excellent. Get involved.
1. The style was first developed for glasses and was called browline2. The style was quickly developed by other brands, and the shape became popular in the 50s and 60s.
3. They're not to be confused with horn-rimmed glasses, which are more pronounced, and, well, pointy.
4. Ray-Ban updated the browline style in the 80s with the release of the first Clubmasters. And aside from a dip in the 90s, we haven't looked back.
5. Classic or contemporary, there are numerous styles to choose from, but all of which hold the same, irreplaceable DNA.
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