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Ray Ban RB8813 Aviator Gold
* This style is available in a variety of colors, to help you personalize your Ray Ban.
* Double brow bar, similar to the frame Ray Ban is known for.
* Lightweight plastic frames and arms.
* Gradient lenses offer 100% UV protection.
* Lenses are Rx-able (prescription ready).
* Brand name at temples and upper right lens.
* Protective case with fold-over snap closure included.
* 100% UV Protection.
* Nonadjustable nosepads for a personalized fit.
* Clean and sophisticated, these modern have an unmistakable style that never goes out of date.
* Made in Italy.

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Aldridge deactivates social media accounts following rough outing against Warriors If you’re looking for some insight into LaMarcus Aldridge’s psyche after his waking nightmare at Oracle Arena Monday, you won’t find it on social media. Shortly after being turned invisible by Draymond Green and Andrew Bogut in the Spurs’ 120 90 loss to the Warriors, Aldridge deactivated his Twitter and Instagram accounts. Last night, searching for his game would have returned a similar result. For just the eighth time in Ray Ban RB3475Q Sunglasses Red Frame Orange Red Crystal Lens

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Ray Ban RB3475Q Sunglasses Red Frame Orange Red Crystal Lens his career, Aldridge failed to eclipse five points when playing at least 25 minutes. His 2 for 9 shooting performance also marked the worst of the season. Twitter fingers attacked Aldridge with even more brutality than the Warriors. Calling him a bust. A coward. A phony. Soft. Drawing dreaded Richard Jefferson comparisons. Some were Warriors fans, but many more were supposed Spurs fans. In the aftermath of such a performance, some athletes prefer to bathe in the negativity, firing shots back from their keyboard or phone. Aldridge took a different route.

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Anglican paedophile priests warnings A FORMER Newcastle Anglican church employee said he repeatedly warned the diocese, from as early as 1984, that a ”network” of paedophile priests preyed on children, but the diocese failed to act on the warnings. ”I told them in 1984 that ‘You’ve got a network of these bastards preying on altar boys’, and I named names,” the former church employee said. In the past four years the diocese has defrocked three priests and sanctioned others, and confirmed a number of clergy and church workers were child sex offenders. In 2010 former Newcastle Anglican bishop Brian Farran apologised to victims of Father Peter Rushton after confirming allegations he was an offender over four decades and part of a broader network of paedophiles in the Hunter. Rushton was one of five clergy on a diocese board that from 1987 considered child sex allegations involving clergy. IAN NEIL BARRICK In 2012 James Michael Brown, a former board member of the Anglican church’s St Alban’s Boys Home at Aberdare, was sentenced to at least six years’ jail for offences against young boys while he was a youth worker between 1974 and 1995. St Alban’s was described by the diocese as providing ”a caring environment for boys who had no place to live”.

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Ray-Ban Reaches Back to 1953 For Classic Signet Frame

It’s safe to say Ray-Ban’s iconic styles have been reimagined by various eyewear companies for decades. And now the company is dusting off the archives to bring back the classic Signet frame.

It’s been a bit since we’ve seen the Signet frame, though you’ll recognize the styling from other companies and Ray-Ban itself. The release keeps all of the art deco stylings from the original. Thankfully, it’s not a complete recreation. Technology has advanced, and the new Rayban Signet is updated with new lens combinations, pin-stripe laser engraving and a variety of finishes.

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Ray-Ban Signet Specs and Pricing

If you’re not a gold frame fan, there’s one color for you in the release. Black with silver mirror lenses. Other colors include green G-15 lens color, the brown B-15, and the copper-gold flash lens color. All three have gold frames.

Pricing is set at $170 for the gold frames. If you want the black with the silver mirror lenses, the price tag hits $195.

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Head over to the Ray-Ban to see how the world might look depending on the lenses you choose. It’s a bit of an odd slider, but it does give you a walk through history as the company gives a brief overview of when it was developed and the why behind the color choices.

Ray-Ban Maker Sees BCBG Infringement On Wayfarer TM

Law360, Los Angeles (June 9, 2016, 7:37 PM EDT) — The maker of Ray-Ban sunglasses accused BCBG Max Azria Group LLC of infringing its Wayfarer trademark in a lawsuit filed Thursday in California federal court.
Milan-based Luxottica Group SPA and affiliate Luxottica USA LLC said they have never given BCBG the license, permission or authority to use or display the Wayfarer mark in connection with any of the fashion house’s products.

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The suit claims BCBG’s allegedly willful misconduct has caused confusion and misled the public over the source or origin of defendant’s products.

“Defendant’s acts complained of herein have caused Luxottica to suffer irreparable injury to its business,” the suit says. “Luxottica will suffer substantial loss of goodwill and reputation unless and until defendant is preliminarily and permanently enjoined from its wrongful actions complained of herein.”

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Eyewear retailer Luxottica says it has spent considerable time and money in establishing its mark as a source of high-quality glasses. Bausch & Lomb registered the Wayfarer mark with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office in 1954 and assigned it to Luxottica in 2000, according to court papers.

The suit alleges that BCBG didn’t begin using Luxottica’s mark in connection with eyewear until long after Luxottica had started using it.

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The suit claims BCBG is trying to associate its eyewear products with Luxottica and the Wayfarer mark to cause deception.

The suit alleges federal trademark infringement, federal unfair competition and false designation of origin, federal trademark dilution, trademark infringement under California state laws, and other claims. It seeks unspecified damages, as well as injunctions blocking BCBG from selling its products.

Representatives for BCBG didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment Thursday. Attorneys for Luxottica didn’t immediately respond to requests for comments beyond the court papers Thursday.

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The trademark-at-issue is trademark registration number 595,513.

Luxottica is represented by Justin E. Pierce, Marcella Ballard and Schuyler B. Sorosky of Venable LLP.

Counsel information for the defendants wasn’t immediately available.

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The case is Luxottica Group SPA et al. v. BCBG Max Azria Group LLC et al., case number 2:16-cv-04062, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

–Editing by Jill Coffey.

Where to buy cheap Ray-Ban sunglasses online and how to tell if they’re real or fake

Whether you like Wayfarers or Aviators – these are the best places to buy a pair of classic Ray-Ban sunglasses for less and avoid getting ripped off

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With the sun finally deciding to make a proper appearance and scorching 30C temperature expected over the Bank Holiday weekend, it’s probably time to invest in a nice pair of sunglasses.

And no sunglasses brand epitomises summer cool like a classic pair of Ray-Bans.

The brand is the go-to make for celebs like Kate Moss, Beyonce – and even our very own royal fashionista, Kate Middleton.

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But despite the universal appeal some shoppers are put off by the hefty price tag, which is why it is worth doing your homework on how you can snap up a good deal on the coveted fashion accessory. As well as some tips on how to not get ripped off.

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Here is our round up of some of the best places to buy some cheap Ray-Ban sunglasses online or on the high street.
1. Amazon

The sheer volume of stockists featured on the Amazon means you’re guaranteed to find competitive prices for a wide range of Ray-Ban styles, including the popular Wayfarer and Aviator styles.
2. The Outnet

The online designer discount retailer features up to 40% off current and older seasons Ray-Ban styles.
3. Sunglasses Shop

As a certified Ray-Ban dealer the sunglasses specialists is a safe bet for shoppers scared of being scammed.

There’s a wide range of styles at good prices and the Sunglasses Shop also offers free delivery and returns too.
4. Secret Sales

Sign up to Secret Sales and get access to daily designer sales and dicsounts.

The site has previously featured flash sales of up to 40% off Ray-Ban styles.
5. Costco

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Bear with us on this one… While it isn’t an obvious choice, if you can find someone with a Costco card, it is worth heading to the wholesale cash and carry and checking out their Ray-Ban sunglasses ranges.

They are often sold at a discount to the official RRP year-round.

It’s also worth noting that major brands like House of Fraser, ASOS and John Lewis also stock Ray-Bans and often include them in seasonal sales and discounts throughout the year.

These distinctive hallmarks will ensure you can spot an authentic pair of Ray-Bans and unearth any dodgy fakes.

Look for the RB and model number etched onto the left temple arm

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Check the quality of the material – if it feels or looks cheap, shows any signs of rough spots or imperfections there’s a high chance their aren’t the real deal.

Are the lenses glass. Gently tap on the lens to check as real Ray-Bans are always made with glass rather than plastic.

Check nose pad by looking for tiny RB etched into the metal centre.

Look at the packaging – the real deal comes in a leather pouch which shouldhave a Ray-Ban logo on the fastening, a big logo on the front, booklet and cleaning cloth.

Check out our gallery below of some of the world’s most famous Ray-Ban wearers

Ray-Ban Reissues Ambermatic, Your Favorite Travel Sunglasses

The iconic brand reissues its light-sensitive Ambermatic lenses in a (very) limited run.

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As the name suggests, Ray-Ban’s aviator sunglasses are so well-suited to flight that the original models were specifically made with the needs of American pilots in mind. It’s the deft mix of understated glamour and pragmatic design, however, that’s secured the style’s place as the casual traveler’s go-to accessory. These timeless shades do much more than look good on vacation; instead, each pair is packed with innovations to make your whole trip more comfortable.

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This certainly holds true with the brand’s latest line: a 100-piece reissue of its iconic rich yellow AMBERMATIC lenses, available in four variations on the aviator frame. Equipped with the ability to pick up changes in light and temperature, each of these high-performance eye glasses darken from a golden shade to a deep, vintage-y brown to keep out glare and clarify your field of vision. Although this is extraordinary helpful while jetting through sunny skies, don’t discount the relief you’ll also feel from simply exploring somewhere new—after all, nothing takes the fun out of sightseeing quite like chronic squinting.

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Perhaps the only bad news here is that you’ve only got five days to shop (the collection is only online between today and June 5) and limited stock to choose from. Want a pair just in time for peak summer sun? Head over to Ray-Ban.com before the selection starts to narrow.

Ray-Ban Aviator Ambermatics from $180.