Ray-Ban Studios enters Magnetic Fields

Building on its long-running association with music, Ray-Ban Studios was incepted as a creative hub, a celebration of self-expression as a display of individuality. Ray-Ban Studios gets up close and personal with the defining music artists of today, offering a rare, backstage glimpse into their life, sound and style.

Ray-Ban Studios X Magnetic Fields

The history of music is not just made by great artists, but also the huge crowds, the people who come together in front of the stage to become one, all sharing the same passion, and following the rhythm of the same beat. This year Ray-Ban Studios enters the contemporary arts and music festival, Magnetic Fields 2019.

The three-day extravagant music festival will be held from December 13 to 15, 2019 at Alsisar Mahal in Rajasthan. Ray-Ban Studios will be present in many forms throughout the duration of the festival. Find them at unconventional experiential corners, an in-house Track Lab and a dedicated Ray-Ban Studios Desert Oasis Stage, an incubator for boundless creativity.

If you’re headed to the Festival, make sure to check out these acts at the Ray-Ban Studios Desert Oasis Stage:

December 13

Opening the festival on Friday afternoon at Ray-Ban Studios Desert Oasis stage will be Boxout Soundsystem. Also, on Friday, Lobster Theremin label head and one of the most influential people in modern house music, Jeremy Asquith will take over the desert under his own moniker Asquith.

Secret parties are a part of the Magnetic Fields festival tradition, and on Friday night, the nuanced techno of Blawan will sound within the palace walls. DJ, producer and Qila label owner Kohra will play the opening set to kick-start the festivities for the next day.

December 14

Delhi-based lawyer-by-day, DJ-by-night Vijayant Singh aka Girls Night Out will be on console duties alongside New Yorker Natasha Diggs, one of the world’s most sought after soul, funk and disco selectors.

December 15

Sunday afternoon special is four hours of reggae and dub served up by the BFR Sound System featuring Delhi Sultanate and Begum X.

The best is always saved for the last, and the final set will be in the desert with the inimitable and Magnetic Fields favorite, Palms Trax, London-based DJ and producer.

Honey Dijon X Ray-Ban Studios

The newest collaboration for Ray-Ban Studios is with legendary house DJ Honey Dijon, for whom, fashion and music have always been two sides of the same coin. Her exclusive new frames for Ray-Ban Studios reflect her ability to seamlessly clash genres and eras with integrity and style. Each pair has been taken from the brand’s archives and tells a unique story: the '60s revolutionary spirit in the Olympian Aviator, ‘70s disco vibes echo through the Square 1973, and decadent ‘80s excess in the 24K gold-plated Wings.

Ray-Ban Studios Hub

Take a breather in our very own Ray-Ban Studios Hub at the festival and learn more about Ray-Ban’s collaboration with Honey Dijon; capture a memorable gif with an exclusive selection of products and create your own beat at the in-house music track lab.

Founded in 1937, Ray-Ban has a deep-rooted connection to music. Bob Dylan was rarely seen without his Ray-Ban Wayfarers in the sixties, Ray Charles was a dyed in the wool Ray-Ban fan, and the brand’s musical legacy was affirmed by the Ray-Ban Wayfarer-toting Blues Brothers in the early 80s.


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