Hurry! Vintage Black Rayban Wayfarer Sunglasses for USD 58!

Markham, Canada (PressExposure) December 20, 2011 -- Kings of Past is the purveyor of unused, branded vintage eyewear from iconic labels such as Alain Mikli, Balenciaga, Boss, Cartier, Cazal, Christian Dior, Dunhill, Emilio Pucci, Emmanuelle Khanh, Fendi, Gucci, Persol, Ralph Lauren, Rayban, Valentino, Versace and YSL. They offer the largest selection of unused vintage eyewear under one roof.

This holiday season, has a special discount on vintage sunglasses.

Buy Vintage Black Rayban Wayfarer sunglasses for only $58, while the regular price is $199. During this holiday season, will sell these at a special price of $58 (including shipping to North America, or an additional $25 for shipping anywhere else).

Vintage Rayban Wayfarer are one of the most famous and most sought after sunglasses in the world today. Original Rayban Wayfarers were revolutionary in the 50s and are one of the best-selling designs of sunglasses in history! This vintage eyewear features a smooth & thick black frame, a petite feel, an angular look combined with soft curves, an almost flat top, broad arms and silver accents at the temples. These retro frames have seen their fair share of Hollywood action, appearing in hundreds of movies including: The Blues Brothers, Risky Business, Breakfast Club, and Twilight. Michael Jackson, Debbie Harry, Madonna, Elvis Costello and so many famous faces have helped raise these vintage frames to fame.

These frames are "Factory Dead Stock". They are from the Factory and Never been used; However the lenses have been replaced with green glass lenses by Kings of Past, almost identical to the original Bausch and Lomb ones. Vintage Rayban Wayfarer Sunglasses are an absolute must have! Stylish, Functional & a HUGE part of fashion, eyewear, and Hollywood history!

Buy a Rayban Wayfarer today. Offer lasts only up to 26 December, 2011. Celebrate Christmas like a Hollywood star! For more information visit []

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Press Release Submitted On: December 20, 2011 at 11:50 pm
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