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Ray-Ban Wayfarer design on AFL umpire uniforms June 27 2015

It was a real honor to be selected to have my design which won the Ray-Ban OneSight competition in 2014 transformed for the AFL Dreamtime Round Umpire uniforms. Here are a few media articles.


Another mention of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer design used for the AFL Umpire uniforms. It was a proud moment in my art career to see the design on national TV.

Posted by Saretta Art & Design on Saturday, 27 June 2015

Posted by Saretta Art & Design on Thursday, 28 May 2015


Check out the Sunrise crew talking about the Indigenous Ray-Ban.

Posted by Saretta Art & Design on Thursday, 28 May 2015


Very excited to share with you all my design which won the OPSM OneSight Ray-Ban competition is being used for the AFL...

Posted by Saretta Art & Design on Wednesday, 27 May 2015


Ray-Ban's Iconic Wayfarers Go Indigenous - MENSTYLEPOWER January 20 2015

Not-for-profit organisation – OneSight, in collaboration with Ray- Ban are thrilled to launch their exclusive Ray-Ban Indigenous Special Edition Wayfarer.

The iconic Wayfarer sunglasses, a wardrobe staple, is redeveloped in three designs featuring the Indigenous artwork of Saretta Fielding, and has officially launch in line with international World Sight Day.

Indigenous artist, Saretta Fielding, had her artwork announced as the winning design at Australian Indigenous Fashion Week in April, and we had the opportunity to interview her on her collaboration, her beginnings and her art.

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OneSight Indigenous Ray-Ban Wayfarer Launch October 10 2014

On Thursday 9th October, it was my great pleasure to be invited to the launch of the Ray-Ban Wayfarer Indigenous glasses featuring my design.

The following is a video that was played on the night which provides you with history on OneSight and the competition. The video features Aden Ridgeway and Alison Page.



Samantha Harris's new Ray-Bans October 10 2014

They look good and come with a feelgood factor too – say hello to the new Ray-Ban Indigenous Wayfarer.

The sunglasses brand held a competition for emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to design new frames.

The project is a collaboration with OneSight, a charity that provides vision care worldwide.

Model Samantha Harris knew immediately she wanted to be involved.

“Not many people know this about me but I actually started wearing glasses at six years old – I really understand the importance of checking children’s eyes early, which is what OneSight is all about,” she told mX.

“I’m loving that Indigenous art and style is getting some of the attention it deserves, there’s so much Australia can gain ­culturally from it.”

Artist Saretta Fielding won the competition, and her design will feature across three colour schemes.

“There are so many talented designers and creatives throughout indigenous Australia that are coming through,” Harris said.

“Saretta Fielding makes great work so it’s exciting to see her get this recognition, having her work exposed to such a huge audience (will) be a massive break.”

The Indigenous Wayfarer will be available at selected ­Ray-Ban retailers for RRP $159.95, with $50 from each pair sold ­going to OneSight.


As appeared on the MX website

OneSight Ray-Ban Indigenous Special Edition Wayfarer competition winner April 12 2014

Sydney, 11 April 2014: Not-for-profit organisation OneSight has announced the winner today of their Ray-Ban Indigenous Special Edition Wayfarer competition at Australian Indigenous Fashion Week. Indigenous artist Saretta Fielding’s winning artwork was selected from a panel of judges including Alison Page and Aden Ridgeway, and has won the opportunity to transform her artwork into a unique pair of Ray-Ban Indigenous Special Edition Wayfarers.