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Golden Globes 2017 Eyewear Edition: Glasses of the Stars

The stars came out in droves for the 2017 Golden Globes awards ceremony last night. All eyes were on the red carpet, checking which celebrities brought their A-game. While La La Land was the clear winner, the film Moonlight and the television show Atlanta were on everyone’s lips as they collected the accolades. The audience was also filled with excitement when Brad Pitt took the stage to present.

But the big moment of the night went to Meryl Streep, the recipient of this year’s Cecil B. DeMille Award. Streep is regarded as one of the finest actresses in the film industry. She used her platform of recognition last night to address political concerns and issue a call-to-action for artists and journalists. Always the epitome of class, Streep looked regal in a black gown with bejeweled applique and, of course, a pair of glasses.

Lulu Guinness L750 Eyeglasses



If you’re in the market for a coppery, semi-rimless, cat-eye frame like Meryl’s we’ve come up with a few options that fit the bill. The Lulu Guinness L750 eyeglasses are comparable. And this Vera Wang pair (Caitlin) are also similar. But you can take this look to the next level, with Lafont Indigo frames, a true style statement.

Billy Bob Thorton accepted the trophy for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series (Drama) for his performance in the Amazon Original Series Goliath wearing sunglasses that look a lot like the Ray-Ban Clubround.


And Steve Carell, along with Kristen Wiig, introduced the films nominated for best animated feature film. While handing out the award to Zootopia, Carell wore some interesting two-tone acetate frames that gave his look a retro twist. You too can be quirky-cool like Steve in these Shuron Sidewinder eyeglasses. Choose the “Black Fade” option or the popular “Crystal” clear version to take part in this throwback trend.


The Beatles Sunglasses

Beatlemania has taken over at! We’ve now got the complete line of Official Beatles Sunglasses! These sunglasses are made by Revolution Eyewear and are officially licensed by The Beatles. There are 10 colorful styles to choose from featuring the unique artwork from the Yellow Submarine film made from two types of patented technology: HDA (High Definition Acetate) and BMT (Beautiful metallic Touch.)

Beatles BYS 007 SunglassesThe Yellow Submarine sunglasses are made of the highest quality and meant to be worn proudly, not stuck up on a memorabilia shelf collecting dust. Fusing timeless styling with iconic imagery from the revolutionary band’s famous film, these shades transport the wearer right to the heart of 60s era psychedelic pop culture. The images are rendered beautifully on the frame temples using HDA and BMT technologies which yields stunning brightness and clarity.

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About the Yellow Submarine:

Watch Original Trailer at IMDbThe Yellow Submarine was released in 1968. It is an animated musical fantasy based on the music of The Beatles. The film received mostly positive reviews from audiences and critics alike and is credited with bringing more interest in animation as a serious art form.

The Beatles, themselves, make a live action appearance at the end of the movie as Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, but the voices for their animated counterparts were actually performed by actors. In the movie, Pepperland, a cheerful music loving place guarded by Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, is besieged by the music-hating Blue Meanies, who lock the band away in a music-proof bubble. Pepperland’s mayor sends Old Fred out in a yellow submarine to get help. Old Fred travels to Liverpool where he finds Ringo, John, George, and Paul. He brings them back to Pepperland to free the land from the Blue Meanies.

We’re eager to hear what some true fans think of the new Beatles Sunglasses. Let us know!

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