Sunglasses have become an essential accessory when it comes to taking a walk or driving. They are necessary to cover us with the intensity of the solar rays and the perfect complement for our daytime style; Currently there are many shapes, materials and colors, but there are designs that have transcended throughout history. During the 50s to our time, movie stars – and mere mortals – do not leave home without a pair of beautiful sunglasses that complement their style. Many designs that were immortalized in movies or historical moments are the same ones that we use or that we currently see on catwalks, fashion stores or those that we acquire on the Internet, because we love fashion vintage.
The actress preferred to use models cat-eye (Cat Eye) This form combined with the seductive personality of Monroe and is a way to give a plus in the matter of sensuality.
2. Grace Kelly, 1956
The Princess of Monaco wore butterfly-shaped glasses and style cat-eye He emulates his style this winter with fur coats and turbans.
3. Audrey Hepburn, 1961
We all remember Audrey as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s using these glamorous maxigafas Ray-Ban Wayfarer, Some say that the person responsible for the design was Oliver Goldsmith. This style of lenses is synonymous with versatility.
Four. Lolita, 1962
Heart lenses became popular with the Stanley Kubrick film poster based on Vladimir Nabokov’s book: Lolita It does not matter if you did not see the film because the lenses do not appear in it, what matters is that even in our days, stars like Reese Witherspoon are still using them.
5. Sophia Loren, 1965
The Italian movie star used large lenses with square and oval shapes. This image of the actress is very representative was at the London Airport back in the 60s ..
6. Francoise Hardy, 1966
This French actress and singer put square lenses in fashion together with actress Brigitte Bardot. Dark crystals and white frames were a trend in those years of madness.
7. Diana Ross, 1968
The singer of funk He looked amazing with his round metal frame glasses and his magnificent afro.
8. Twiggy, 1969
The British actress, singer and supermodel also preferred round glasses but with a more striking frame.
9. Jackie Kennedy, 1971
The extra-large lenses were the favorites of the ex-first lady of the United States at that time. Some models were cat-eye, square or round but our favorites are these hexagonal.
10. Gloria Steinem, 1973
Aviator style lenses were trending after the Tom Cruise movie: Top gun in 1986. But before Tom, Gloria, the most recognized feminist activist of the 7th, used them while fighting for the rights of women.
11. Diane Keaton, 1977
After working on the movie Annie hall with Woody Allen, Diane made fashionable the large round glasses with transparent frames in brown.
12. Michelle Pfeiffer, 1983
Michelle appeared in Scarface, using this model cat-eye larger than those used in the 50s. As you can see it was very fashionable to use frames in brown colors.
13. Madonna, 1985
In the eighties the Queen of pop appeared in the movie Looking for Susan, with this pair of lenses Dolce and Gabbana which are of a design cat-eye more geometric and totally great.
14. Carrie Anne Moss, 1999
We took a leap until the end of the 90s with the rise of the films of Matrix, the market began to fill with glasses with more stylized, small and elongated shapes.
15. Kate Hudson, 2000
As you can remember at the beginning of the millennium and at the end of the 90s in the shops surplus pastel sunglasses that only served to complement your style since they did not cover the sun at all. The one responsible for them was Hudson in the movie Almost Famous.