Protect your eyes
Hollywood Style And Glare Control
In the 1920s, sunglasses were occasionally worn for active outdoor sports such as golf and tennis, and for the newly fashionable activity of sunbathing. They did not truly enter the fashion sphere, however, until the early 1930s, when Hollywood stars such as Bette Davis and Marlene Dietrich were photographed wearing them between takes on the set, attending tennis matches and horse races, or trying to appear in public incognito. Sunglasses began to symbolize the glamour of life in Hollywood,
Sunglasses aren’t just a fashion statement — those tinted lenses protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays. Our Sunglasses articles will help you select the right lenses for your needs — polarized, ski goggles, performance sunglasses, aviator sunglasses and more.
Don’t forget that kids need sunglasses, too — most children are outside playing in the sun for long hours before they enter school and then again in the evenings and on weekends.