Film stars are known for wearing designer sunglasses on and off the screen.
Designer sunglasses are an essential part of the movie star’s wardrobe. Whether it be Ray-Ban, Chanel, Oakley, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana or Police, you won’t find a film star without their designer shades.
Sunglasses are the essential fashion accessory for those who live in the bright glare of the media spotlight or the LA sun. Gucci, Emporio Armani, Jimmy Choo – these designer sunglasses names are as close to movie stars as their agents and publicists, offering a cool veneer to hide behind. Designer sunglasses are the ultimate in flexible fashion, ensuring the stars look cool even when stepping out of their cars or taking a flight.
Designer Sunglasses, Handbags and Shoes
When it comes to designer labels, sunglasses, shoes and handbags are the essential staples for any woman who follows fashion. Fendi, Tom Ford, Bvlgari or Roberto Cavalli are every girl’s best friend in the style stakes. Designer sunglasses add to the mystery, create an alluring style, and of course, hide a multitude of imperfections – a night out on the tiles, sleepless nights, watery eyes struggling with hay fever or allergies…the compulsory and practical accessory for those who live life to the full. And of course, lets not forget designer sunglasses also fulfil that crucial job of protecting your eyes from the harmful glare of the sun. Sunglasses can transform an outfit, injecting sixties glamour with Jackie O shape shades. Hollywood routinely parades its leading ladies in the best designer sunglasses such as Chanel or Dolce & Gabbana.
Designer Sunglasses with Star Status
In the movie the Devil Wears Prada, it isn’t Prada sunglasses Anne Hathaway wears, but Chanel sunglasses when her character has a complete Chanel makeover injecting her with an effortlessly chic style. In Casino Royale, Eva Green looks stylishly continental wearing Versace designer sunglasses. Scarlett Johansson opts for Ray-Ban sunglasses in the hip Woody Allen movie, Vicky Cristina Barcelona for a timeless look. Natalie Portman opts for Marc Jacobs in the movie My Blueberry Nights for a little Italian spice. And that’s just the women. Designer sunglasses can certainly stand out in a film. Tom Cruise will forever be associated with Ray Bans after his movie Risky Business which featured him wearing a pair of white wide-fronts and a fetching pair of Ray Bans. And aviator style Ray Bans became another theme for Cruise when he starred in the iconic movie Top Gun.
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