The Ralph Lauren brand began over forty years ago with a stylish collection of ties, and since then Ralph Lauren has expanded into several different labels that design clothing, shoes, and stylish accessories. Ralph by Ralph Lauren designs eyewear that celebrates American styles, from the classic to the ultra modern. Bold designs, eye-catching colors, and vintage styles are the hallmarks of Ralph Lauren's eyewear collection. Ralph by Ralph Lauren carries on the history of reinventing American fashions by embracing what made them great. Due to manufacturer's restrictions, Ralph by Ralph Lauren products cannot be shipped to Australia.RALPH by Ralph Lauren RA5224 is a Full Rim frame for Women, which is made of Acetate.Acetate is the most common material used for frame manufacturing. It has endless possibilities for color, texture, and patterns. It can even be laminated to create great visual effects, and it can retain a higher luster. Acetate is lightweight, so it is often chosen for its versatility in coloring as well as for its comfort. Acetate is made out of cotton seed fibers and plasticizers. This model features a Square shape, with a Single Bridge.The RALPH by Ralph Lauren RA5224 Sunglasses feature the following logo: RALPH on temple.These Sunglasses work well for people whose style is: Classic, Stylish Designer.Ideal for usage with: Fashion, Everyday Driving.These sunglasses can accommodate prescription lenses. Please call our Customer Service Department to order prescription lenses for this model.RALPH by Ralph Lauren RA5224 Sunglasses come with a cleaning cloth and protective carrying case.The sunglasses are available on certain colors with gradient tinted lenses - Gradient tints are tints that start off at a darker color at the top of a lens and then gradually lighten towards the bottom of the lenses. These tints are great for fashion and for reading outside on sunny days. Gradient coatings work by allowing an appropriate amount of light to filter through in certain areas and less in places where protection is most necessary.