From Miranda Kerr to Beyoncé: The Sunglasses Brands Celebrities Love
Sunglasses are a crucial accessory for celebrities, since hiding and looking cool are their MOs. With so many stellar brands out there, how’s a girl to choose the right ones to replace the long-gone pair that was last seen at Coachella? Problem solved—who better to look to than paparazzi-hunted celebrities and their trusty face-shielding shades? Our findings proved that celebrities are fiercely loyal to certain brands, running the gamut from classic to cool-girl indie. Stick to any of these brands while shopping for a new pair of sunglasses, and you just might get mistaken for an It girl.
Scroll down to see the sunglasses brands that celebs adore and to shop our pick from each collection!
The cool-girl go-to brand when it comes to investment-worthy shades, the oft-copied Illesteva’s round plastic frames are their signature style. There’s a reason that this is Beyonce’s Coachella brand of choice!
Miu Miu’s quirky shades somehow flatter every face they rest upon. We’re particularly partial to the magpie-friendly glitter flecked options, which have proven to be more than just a glamorous trend.
For affordable options that make a statement, look no further than Quay. The Australian brand’s oversized shades are loved by everyone from Emma Roberts to Gwen Stefani. Cat-eyes are the brand’s specialty.
It doesn’t get more chic and sophisticated than Céline, and their sought-after frames are no exception. Even their trendier seasonal styles remain classic, making them well worth the investment if you can swing it! Alexa Chung, Lauren Conrad, and Kim Kardashian are all fans.
In keeping with the ‘70s vibes this season, Sunday Somewhere’s retro-inspired shades are favorites of Kate Hudson and Beyonce, among many others. We love the unique details they bring to their trademark oversized round sunnies, such as rose gold metal.
A newcomer on the celeb sunnie scene, Etnia Barcelona has been seen adorning the faces of Jessica Alba, Julianna Hough, and the lovely Suki Waterhouse as of late. Their shades are inspired by the Mediterranean culture, which is clearly a good thing.