Cheryl Cole Is Grazia Cover Girl
Ray Ban 3025 Aviator
Cheryl Cole, who recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro for Comic Relief, appears on the front cover of this weeks Grazia wearing a pair of Ray Ban 3025 Aviators with silver mirrored lenses, 16 March 2009.
The Girls Aloud singer and X Factor mentor looks a vision of effortless beauty as she coordinates the silken silver frames of her Ray Ban's with high waist grey plaid trousers whilst the mirrored finish of the teardrop lenses coincides with the lustrous shine of her diamond encrusted wrist watch and large hoop earrings. Another perfect exemplar of the classic aviators versatility and its power to transform anything into an a-list look.
Created long before Cheryl was even born, the Ray Ban Aviator first hit the style scene during the 1930s where it has remained ever since. While Cheryl and her fellow Girls Aloud members have decades to go before they can say they played a significant part in history, Ray Ban have already reached and passed that point and will always remain in the history books as a result of their world wide success. Not only just an attractive look, the illusively fine metal frame is the fulcrum for the mineral glass lenses which provide ultimate sun protection.
However, within the pages of Grazia, Cheryl's wearing a stop-you-in-your-tracks glossy black frame from the Chanel Pearl Collection. Pearls have always been regarded as precious gemstones that are an object of beauty, and were also the obsession of a Parisian fashion extraordinaire Gabrielle Chanel.
Gabrielle Chanel loved pearls and were one of her favourite accessories. Pearls were first cultivated into her jewellery collections in 1924 and have since been at the soul of the brand's creations and are now part of the most irresistible sunglasses collection you'll see all year.
Cheryl's 5131H frame in gloss black is a roundly distinguished shape that proudly displays fluid lines and unequalled moderninity. What's really exciting are the authentic, rotating pearls situated on the arms, an unexpected detail that compliments the purity of the models shape and design.
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