Thursday, July 26, 2012

"Further," more fashion ... not without your Wayfarer

If the lights are maybe not a star but if you're a star surely shine. Blues Brothers, Michael Jackson, Audrey Hepburn or JFK , All the wore, loved them and prevailed. Today we continue with the special glasses and they are the protagonists.

The Wayfarer model was created in 1952 by Raymond Stegeman, a designer who recorded dozens of patents for Bausch & Lomb, predecessor of Ray-Ban. The Wayfarer marked the transition between the wire-rimmed glasses classic and modern plastic frames. Conceived in the beginning for riders there would be worn by mods, politicians and the it girls of 50 and 60.

Among them my favorite, Audrey Hepburn, whose bulky glasses are an example of the initial form of the model, whose design was modified several times throughout history.

Wayfarer + youth

We learned through a blogger how to dress at 20, 30 and 40 but what about supplements? A wayfarer will be your constant companion.

Wayfarer + classicism

Be perfect if you're 20 and you're into casual or naive but also with 30
and 40 and the classicism of women who know what they feel well.

Wayfarer + rock & roll

From the mods to the Blues Brothers, have accompanied many at their concerts and despendoles. An ideal way to imitate and be more fashionable.

Wayfarer & sex appeal

The sex appeal of the latest H & M catalog that shows that we still have to approach the sales.

Photos | Jaglever , Song of Style , Poise polish

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