|TEE TOPS – Professional golfer Justin Rose relied on Adidas Eyewear semi-rimless tourpro shades engineered for the course from Silhouette Optical at the PGA Championships.|
|PAY TRIBUTE – Jennifer Lawrence stars in "The Hunger Games" as Katniss Everdeen, the highest-grossing action heroine of all time. The actress plays it cool in the Golden State going LA vintage-casual in white Leisure Society sunglass style Oxford from Baum Vision .|
|A PLAY AT FASHION – Detroit Lions wide receiver Nate Burleson steps off the field and on to the Malan Breton Fantôme Autumn/Winter 2012 runway in stainless steel-rimmed Activist Eyewear style Model 10.02 . Photograph of Nate Burleson © Andy Kropa / Getty Images|
|HOTSPOT – Indie pop musician Jeremy Messersmith demos spotted tortoise Scojo New York style Nelson Street from Ogi Eyewear .|
|TRUSTING EYES – Krysten Ritter from ABC-TV series "Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23" wears flirty cateye Oakley Pampered sun specs in Mexico.|
BLINDED BY BLONDE – Megawatt style siren Reese Witherspoon makes the red carpet rounds in delicately oversized Versace VE4220 sunwear from Luxottica .
|GOLDEN EYE – Irish-born Bond actor Pierce Brosnan stakes his claim in a vintage revival with round Persol 649 sunglasses featuring a dapper keyhole bridge from Luxottica at the Venice Film Festival.|
ALL HAIL HALLE – Halle Berry takes on the Los Angeles sun in picture-perfect peeper protection with Salvatore Ferragamo sun style SF600S from Marchon Eyewear and a breezy straw hat.
|A LEGEND TAKES FLIGHT – Mötley Crüe metal rocker Tommy Lee keeps his eyes on the skies in aviator-inspired Matsuda Eyewear style M3011A sunglasses with custom mirrored lenses.|
Reprinted Courtesy 20/20 magazine
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