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The name of Steve McQueen will always be associated with his inseparable sunglasses: the model 649 of Persol. Designed by the firm in 1957 for tramway drivers in Turin, they soon became much more than a functional object.
Classics of international cinema, the first to show them on screen was Marcello Mastronianni in “Italian Divorce” (1961). And seven years later McQueen. Although this time it was not for script guidelines, but for personal tastes. The actor, who was in the middle of filming “The Case of Thomas Crown” (1968) in which he plays a millionaire businessman who flirts with crime, managed to transfer his style to the screen, convincing the director of the film, Norman Jewison, to let him wear his glasses as well as Crown. Betting on lenses in blue-violet tone so that their eyes could be seen, the decision was a success that gave great character to the character.
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Since then, the inimitable shape of Persol’s 649 model has become the unmistakable symbol of the brand that has remained the same from 1957 until now.
Playing Maximilian “Max” Zorin, the bad guy in the story in “Panorama para matar” (the fourteenth James Bond film), Christopher Walken looked better than anyone else the Vendome Santos de Cartier model.
The best fake Ray Bans with aviator-shaped design is a classic of the 80s. Iconic luxury firm, its original model was presented in three different styles: Laque (with lacquered nose bridge), LC (Louis Cartier, with bridge nose with horizontal stripes ) and the one used by Walken in the film, the Santos model (with three metal squares with gold screws).
Without a doubt, fake Ray Bans Wayfarer is one of the most luxurious glasses in history. A collector’s item, synonymous with status, thanks to its structure bathed in 18-carat gold and which today continues to be sued and sold as much, or perhaps more, than when it was created in the early 80’s.
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In 1967 Ray Ban Balorama sunglasses arrived and the culprit of his success is Harry “El Sucio”. Or, rather, the multi-faceted actor Clint Eastwood.
Playing a violent, rude and unorthodox inspector of the police homicide department of San Francisco (California), the use of glasses to accentuate this personality was more than necessary. And the knockoff Ray Bans Balorama RB4089 fit perfectly with the character.
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