Wayfarer Sunglasses were first invented by the Ray-Ban duo Bausch & Lomb in 1952 and has remained a popular eyewear style ever since. The original Wayfarer was designed in patent, with a slight horn-rimmed finish. The popular 1950’s and 1960’s Ray-Ban designer Wayfarer has featured in many films, including an appearance in ‘the Blues Brothers’. This led to the brand signing a collaboration deal with Hollywood when it was first designed. The popularity of the Wayfarer has never faded due to the sleek, unisex style of the frame, which is flattering on all face shapes. Now the Wayfarer is an iconic style that has been reinvented by a range of designer brands over the years. You could go for a classic Ray-Ban style or a Dior Blacktie244 - the choice is yours! Once you have chosen your new Wayfarer frame you can add your prescription lenses and don’t forget to use our virtual try-on!