26 March 2012

Best Under the Sun - the Polaroid Heritage Collection

Polaroid is celebrating 75 years and so they've decided to look into their archives and recreate their best shades throughout the years.
Now the sun is shining, you can choose which retro lstyle to look cool in from the Polaroid Heritage collection:
1930s -the birth of the uplifting and energetic Swing music and the start of the Polaroid story. The Swing.

Translucent handmade acetate frames in the smooth round style typical of that decade. Also a great style for the chic Geek look.

1940s - the Victory Polaroid pioneered sports sunglasses .
Recreated in premium TR90, the design is complete with the original double circle logo to represent the glare blocking power of Polaroid polarized lenses. A real super hero of the sunglasses.

1950s - Affluence and splendour with the Hollywood set . The Bel Air 

These Bel Air sunglasses spell lavish lifestyle and pure decadence. They have slender black frames and subtle details

1960s-  Rebellious nature with the easy Rider
It was out with the old and in with the new designs and modern robust materials.

1970s - Flying high with the Seventy-Five anniversay edition - Polaroid's iconic original aviator
Made from nickel alloy and corrosion proof stainless steel. Has anti-reflective lenses and stylish flash mirroring - the ultimate aviator

1970s - or show off Viva las Vegas style with the Vegas

 The bright lights of Vegas influenced fashion with new shapes and edgy designs.

1980s -   work hard and play hard with the Vice
Here in gun metal with polarized grey gradient lenses, but also available in gold frames with bronze lenses.

1980s - Image was all important in this decade, so Polaroid brought out the most exclusive and expensive frame produced by Polaroid Eyewear - the Image

Teamed with the latest frame technology to make these aviator sunglasses perfect for the men who like to be noticed.

Which decade will you choose?

For more images and information go to www.polaroidsunglasses1937.com

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