1920’s

This frame shape is inspired by an era when women abandoned their more conservative threads for fashions that allowed them to dance freely at the local speakeasy.

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1929

First pair of Foster Grant sunglasses sold on the Atlantic City boardwalk.

1920’s

This frame shape is inspired by an era when women abandoned their more conservative threads for fashions that allowed them to dance freely at the local speakeasy.

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1929

First pair of Foster Grant sunglasses sold on the Atlantic City boardwalk.

1930’s

With a wire metal frame style, we’ve incorporated old-school chic into these nouveau glasses, reflecting an era synonymous with more formal, fitted and refined ways of dressing.

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1930’s

With a wire metal frame style, we’ve incorporated old-school chic into these nouveau glasses, reflecting an era synonymous with more formal, fitted and refined ways of dressing.

1940’s

Although they seem timeless, the retro frame first rose to prominence during this decade. We utilized the original build as an inspiration for this more modern look and feel.

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1940’s

Although they seem timeless, the retro frame first rose to prominence during this decade. We utilized the original build as an inspiration for this more modern look and feel.

1950’s

The birth of the "movie star" ushered in the rebirth of the classic cat eye shape. So think of this as the "re-birth" of this iconic frame, complete with a metal insert layered across the brow line for a more contemporary look.

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1950’s

The birth of the "movie star" ushered in the rebirth of the classic cat eye shape. So think of this as the "re-birth" of this iconic frame, complete with a metal insert layered across the brow line for a more contemporary look.

1960’s

Bold vision and strong silhouettes defined this era – and this modern take on '60s fashion pays homage to it. Best paired with sharp suits, slicked-back hair and an accessory whiskey tumbler.

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1965

The iconic "Who's That Behind Those Foster Grants®" advertising campaign debuted.

1960’s

Bold vision and strong silhouettes defined this era – and this modern take on '60s fashion pays homage to it. Best paired with sharp suits, slicked-back hair and an accessory whiskey tumbler.

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1965

The iconic "Who's That Behind Those Foster Grants®" advertising campaign debuted.

1970’s

A modern, bohemian take on the classic hippie aesthetic, these frames are the perfect accessory for anyone who wants to bust out an iconic tie-dye, jumpsuit or casual flare.

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1970’s

A modern, bohemian take on the classic hippie aesthetic, these frames are the perfect accessory for anyone who wants to bust out an iconic tie-dye, jumpsuit or casual flare.

1980’s

It was a time of lasers, neon – and big hair. The ideal conditions to inspire this new "throwback" take on late-century fashion with frames as ambitious and confident as the '80s themselves.

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1980’s

It was a time of lasers, neon – and big hair. The ideal conditions to inspire this new "throwback" take on late-century fashion with frames as ambitious and confident as the '80s themselves.

1990’s

Think back to flannel, crop tops and denim as far as the eye can see. That's what we were thinking about when designing this bold new take on pilot frames.

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1993

Foster Grant named as one of the world's largest producers of sunglasses.

1990’s

Think back to flannel, crop tops and denim as far as the eye can see. That's what we were thinking about when designing this bold new take on pilot frames.

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1993

Foster Grant named as one of the world's largest producers of sunglasses.

2000’s

Indie looks, vintage styles and "fast fashion" have defined this era, and these frames were designed to complement them. Whether you're into baggy jeans, velour tracksuits or frilly satin poet shirts.

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2000’s

Indie looks, vintage styles and "fast fashion" have defined this era, and these frames were designed to complement them. Whether you're into baggy jeans, velour tracksuits or frilly satin poet shirts.

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