KNOCK ON WOOD. Browline Glasses, or simply “browlines,” are so called since the upper parts of their frames are bolder than the rest
They were considered the “it” eyewear in the ’50s and ’60s, symbolizing rebellion and liberation. Ray-Ban jumped on the browlines bandwagon in the 1980s, creating its now-iconic Clubmaster line that has been synonymous with vintage style for the past several decades. For the first time ever, the model is getting a reboot this year, with the usual thick plastic replaced by wood. the offerings comprising this new line include walnut, maple and cherry frames, each in both sun and optical versions. Available at Optik Seis.
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