Police sunglasses is inspired by the American culture of the road
(PRWEB) October 31, 2012
In the desire to continuously improve our services and expand the selection of products, GlassesOnWeb.com, one of the top designer eyewear sellers online, announces their newest collaboration, with Police eyewear. Both Police sunglasses and Police eyeglasses will be available at affordable prices in the coming weeks.
Celebrating 30 years in the field next year, Police eyewear is one of the iconic Italian brands that changed fashion and technology forever. In the 1990s, they launched mirror lenses, which were not only a hit back then, but are also super trendy now. They always picked representative “tough guys” to advertise the brand, like Bruce Willis in the late ‘90s, followed by George Clooney, David Beckham and Antonio Banderas. The current face of the brand is Luke Evans, the highly appreciated Welsh actor.
The spirit of Police sunglasses is inspired by the American culture of the road, by the big cities of the world. The first models took inspiration from U.S law enforcers of the ‘80s, consisting of mostly metallic aviators. Dozens of new styles were added and perfected every season since, creating a meaningful and recognizable aesthetic. Police eyewear is urban and often unisex, permitting for a wide range of people to wear them.
Police sunglasses and Police eyeglasses are currently distributed by DeRigo, after they got the license back from Eastern States Eyewear. DeRigo is known for their important brands, with Lanvin, Carolina Herrera, Escada, Guess and Givenchy all part of their portfolio.
About GlassesOnWeb.com: Founded in 2003, Glasses on Web is your go-to online marketplace for designer eyewear. We take pride in our low prices, high quality products and great customer service. Because the customer always comes first, we offer discounts and free shipping on all our products.
About the author: Daria, freelance writer and fashion blogger, social media enthusiast and passionate vintage shopper. Currently blogging at GlassesOnWeb.com's blog about designer eyewear.