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Ray-Ban District 1937

The biggest trends in fashion and just design in general right now have to be denim, leather and just about any soft, plush textured fabric, be it in clothes, furniture, decor, etc. that’s what’s hot! So when I heard about Ray-Ban’s launch of innovative new materials range, DISTRICT 1937, I just had to share… 

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The classic and legendary shapes we know and love, have been updated using leather, denim, steel, titanium and velvet, ensuring that when you step out  this summer, your completed with stunning sunnies tying it all together. Each of the materials used in the new collection has had a long history and strong impact on both popular culture and technology, inspiring generations of artists, designers, craftspeople, and innovators.

One-of-a-kind portrait of Blondie’s Debbie Harry created by Ian Berry/Denimu with denim fabric

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Designed for those who want to celebrate their individuality and stand apart from the crowd, the collection fuses classic styles with a contemporary attitude for lovers of Ray-Ban yesterday, today and tomorrow.

See more at www.ray-ban.com
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Through Shaded Eyes (TSE) is the brainchild of Tokelo Motsepe. A retail buyer and digital strategist with an addiction to blogging, this blog is a platform for my style, life and love for fashion to be shared. What started as an escape from the hustle and bustle of the world, has now become a place to let out my passion for fashion & writing, in-between time spent at work, traveling, or doing everything else life throws at me… it has become a form of expression and I hope it can inspire and encourage you to also share!

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