It is not as difficult as you think to find good sunglasses in Bangladesh or spectacles in Bangladesh. It doesn’t help if you have to squint in the meantime. The fact that there are as many indistinguishable eyewear brands on the market as there are light sensors in your retinas doesn’t help either. To add to the confusion, many are owned or marketed by a limited number of companies: of the brands mentioned below, Luxottica owns Ray-Ban, Oakley, Persol, and Oliver Peoples, while Tom Ford is made in conjunction with the smaller Marcolin.
“Anti-Glare” doesn’t have the same feel to it as “Anti-Glare.” Since presenting the teardrop-shaped sunglasses to the general public in 1937 to shield the areas not protected by US Air Force pilots’ helmets and goggles, Bausch & Lomb wisely called them “Ray-Ban” the following year. Many of the well-known brands of sunglasses in Bangladesh, such as the Wayfarer, Clubmaster, and Aviator, are also available as Spectacles in Bangladesh. And have been worn by anyone from Malcolm X to Seth Rogen. Ray-Bans are as timeless as the Top Gun soundtrack and as evocative as Tom Cruise in the sequel today.
Tom Ford is one of the few fashion designers who can join and own product categories, as well as command them. Tom Ford’s eyewear, including his colognes and makeup products, is among the most sought-after in the world. The multitalented Mr. Ford’s directorial debut, 2009’s A Single Man, was such a success that he was compelled to release a style based on Best Actor BAFTA winner Colin Firth’s custom frames: the TF 5178.
Oakley began making motocross grips in 1975 in the garage of Californian motorcycle dealer Jim Jannard before branching out into goggles, which he trimmed down and added coat hangers to prevent the setting sun from blinding him when driving parallel to the beach.