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June 23, 2016 THE PERFECT STAR-INSPIRED GLASSES FOR YOU

We know how much our Squinters love to know about what sunglasses and eyeglasses are being worn by top movie stars and celebrities in Hollywood. We may not all be movie stars, but that doesn’t mean we can’t dress like we are. In honour of TIFF, we have rounded some great looking pairs of eyewear and sunglasses featured in Hollywood. Glasses can be both functional and classy as demonstrated by some of Hollywood’s hottest celebrities. Being seen in the right movie scenes creates an everlasting style from the silver screen to the red carpet to the streets.

 

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Sex And The City 2: Franz By Mykita

Fashion forward Jessica Parker (Carrie Bradshaw) was spotted wearing these gold-tone aviator style sunglasses by Mykita Eyewear in Dubai. The Dazzling Mykita Franz, was a perfect match to her streaky blonde hair and beautiful bronzed skin. This fashion goddess can make anything look glamorous.

 

 

 

 

 

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Quantum of Solace: Aviator TF108 by Tom Ford
When it comes to stylish fictional heroes, none comes close to James Bond.  The Tom Ford Aviator TF108 sunglasses are worn by James bond (Danial Craig) in the thrilling action movie Quantum of Solace. Make sure you have a tailored suit to match these sleek Tom Ford Specs.

 

 

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Mr & Mrs Smith: Victory by Oliver Peoples.

Brad Pitt, as Mr. Smith, wears a pair of Oliver Peoples Victory sunglasses in the movie Mr. & Mrs. Smith.  These light weight, aviator style sunglasses really compliment Brads features. Not to mention, these are also the shades you see on USA’s “Burn Notice.”

 

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The Age Of Adeline: Gregory Peck by Oliver Peoples
Oliver Peoples brought back these beautiful vintage acetate style frames in 2011. Harrison ford was spotted wearing this delicate vintage frames in the Age of Adeline co staring Blake Lively. The retro-inspired design certainly brings out the artistic side of Harrison ford. These were the same frames worn by Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch in the film To Kill a Mockingbird.