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  1. Ray-Ban RB3449
    Ray-Ban RB3449
  2. Versace VE2212
    Versace VE2212
  3. Dolce&Gabbana DG4341
    Dolce&Gabbana DG4341
  4. Tom Ford Cybil TF768
    Tom Ford Cybil TF768
  5. Bvlgari BV6113KB
    Bvlgari BV6113KB
  6. David Beckham DB1004/S
    David Beckham DB1004/S
  7. Dior StellaireO11 SUN
    Dior StellaireO11 SUN
  8. Prada Sport Linea Rossa SPS51X
    Prada Sport Linea Rossa SPS51X
  9. Montblanc MB0103S
    Montblanc MB0103S
  10. Tom Ford Jasper-02 TF835
    Tom Ford Jasper-02 TF835
  11. Jimmy Choo GRAY/S
    Jimmy Choo GRAY/S
  12. Marc Jacobs MJ 1007/S
    Marc Jacobs MJ 1007/S
  13. Marc Jacobs Marc 534/S
    Marc Jacobs Marc 534/S
  14. Hugo Boss 1241/S
    Hugo Boss 1241/S
  15. Hugo Boss Asian Fit 1199/N/S
    Hugo Boss Asian Fit 1199/N/S
  16. Givenchy GV7193/S
    Givenchy GV7193/S
  17. Givenchy Asian Fit GV7185/G/S
    Givenchy Asian Fit GV7185/G/S
  18. Carrera CHANGER 65
    Carrera CHANGER 65
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Aviator Sunglasses

Designer Sunglasses

Aviator sunglasses, also known as pilot glasses, are an instantly recognisable design: thin metal frame, double bridge and teardrop-shaped oversized lenses. These distinctive features create one of the most stylish staple eyewear with a history known worldwide. They were first created in the 1930s by Bausch & Lomb, (now known as Ray-Ban) with purely a practical purpose for pilots during the wartime. Today the aviator is one of Ray-Ban's most successful silhouettes, which have been reworked through the years by many other designer brands and Ray-Ban themselves. Shop fashion favourites: Fendi, Dior, Tiffany or Versace for their fashionable twist on the Aviator. You can also go for a sophisticated classic from Tom Ford, Ray-Ban or Persol as well as sports-focused Aviator frames. Try on our collection of aviator designer sunglasses from the comfort of your own home with our virtual try-on, all you need is a working camera on your smartphone, tablet or desktop to see which aviator is the most flattering fit for you! If you’d like to read more about the history of the aviator, top styles or sizing advice, you can check out our blog here.