Aviator sunglasses seem like a trend that has been around for a while, but they are really a timeless style that has been around for over 50 years and continue to appeal to men and women, young and old, trend setters and traditionalists.
Mirrored coatings are manufactured for polarized, mirrored aviator glasses out of highly reflective material called a "flash coating" that contains a certain percentage of reflective metal like chromium oxide or titanium dioxide.
First Wrist Watch: In response to Brazilian pioneer aviator, Alberto Santos-Dumont's complaints about the impractical pocket watch, Cartier engineers created the world's first wrist watch for men in 1904, the Cartier Santos.
Aviator sunglasses earned a place in American history when photographs of General Douglas MacArthur were published in newspapers around the country, featuring the World War II hero sporting a pair of aviator sunglasses.
Most notably, some styles that are only available here include the Casa Loca, a sharp cat-eye; Pebble Beach, aviator inspired frames; and the Bamboozled model, a look that features a diamond pattern on the arms.