Top eyewear fashions were seen on celebrities throughout the month of June. Hover over the images above to reveal their names, then click on them to see additional information including which eyewear is shown. For your convenience, celebrity names and links to eyewear are also printed below:
“Dallas” headliner Jesse Metcalf earns top ratings in square Marc by Marc Jacobs MMJ 410/S suns from SÃ filo in Palm Springs while attending a Coachella pool party.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is prepped for another football season hot on the heels of a Super Bowl win in fire-lensed Nike Mercurial 8.0 sunwear from Marchon Eyewear.
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis’ daughter Scout Willis walks in her mother’s fashion footsteps wearing crisp pieces including simple Marc By Marc Jacobs Eyewear optical style MMJ 416/S from Safilo at Desert Gold at the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in California during Coachella.
IT’S ANNE’S WORLD
Actress Anne Hathaway keeps things classically casual in attire but bold and bright in Fendi FF0026S sunwear from Safilo with a chunky tortoise front and raspberry candy-color temples.
PRETTY LITTLE EYEWEAR
Actress Ashley Benson plays it-girl Hanna on ABC-TV’s teen mystery series “Pretty Little Liars,” and she continues the trend off set in a rocker girl ensemble and jet black Giorgio Armani Garconne optical style AR7019-K 5017 from Luxottica in Los Angeles.
GIRL ON FIRE
YouTube sensation turned signed recording artist Pia Mia brings the heat to Hall of Frames in Geek Eyewear sunglass style RAD09 with a red mirror lens from LBI Eyewear.
A FLEXIBLE ACT
Shailene Woodley takes the lead in novel-based blockbusters, science fiction thriller “Divergent” and tear-jerker drama “The Fault in Our Stars.” She simplifies her look in Marchon’s metal Flexon optical style 670.
“Top Chef” judge Gail Simmons adds some spice with style Ginger sunglasses from Maui J.
“Teen Wolf” star Holland Roden hits messy-festival-chic notes at the Coachella music festival in denim-fronted Diesel shades style DL0111_84B from Marcolin.
Reprinted Courtesy 20/20 magazine
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