It’s not hard to get any of Ray-ban’s four iconic shades (Aviator, Wayfarer, Round and Clubmaster). It’s also not hard to get the limited editions (fashion-forward versions of those icons). what’s hard: getting them all in one space, including designs for juniors, and even fitting them with prescription lenses from Ray-Ban if need be.

After opening its first flagship in New York in 2015, followed by others in London, Shanghai and Milan, Singapore’s is its fifth in the world with an in-store optometrist to complete the Ray-Ban experience. Priced from $110-$960 (the more progressive the lenses to reduce distortion and eye strain, the more they cost), the prescription products can be ready in five to seven working days.

The Aviators here with photochromic lenses (which adjust to the surrounding light) are from the Tech range. 

Photography Elvina Farkas
Styling Bryan Goh
Hair Christvian Wu/Trimmings Salon & Spa, using Kevin.Murphy
Makeup Melissa Yeo using Sisley
Model Val/Mannequin
Shirt Prada
Location Bawah Island

This story first appeared in the April’18 issue of Her World Singapore.