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Sunglasses had been slowly inching their up in the Western world's fashion scale since the late Twenties and the attached article declares that by the end of the Thirties, sunglasses were officially recognized as a full-fledged fashion accessory when the Hollywood stars Joan Bennet and Hedy Lamar began to sport them around town.

Like T-shirts and khaki pants, it would be W.W. II that would guarantee sunglasses a prominent place in the fashion arsenals of the world.

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Sunglasses Make Their Mark in the Fashion World (Click Magazine, 1939)

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