There’s nothing quite like the anticipation and excitement of seeing a James Bond film for the fist time. We have always been huge fans of the stories, and we admire the fashion statements that each Bond film makes. Whether the wardrobe fit the times or was more progressive (think Grace Jones), its always been a lot of fun to see the styling for each scene and character. Of course, since we love sunglasses, we always notice 007’s frames. Below we present some of the best James Bond sunglasses from various films. What are your favorites?
There are so many glasses frame styles available that its easy to become a little overwhelmed. Picking out your new frames should be a fun experience, so use the alphabetized guide below to help identify specific glasses frame styles that will help you look great and exude confidence!
Wearing sunglasses at night or indoors is not necessarily the safest thing to do, but the practice has been done for years for various reasons. Some put on the shades at night to intimidate, propagate a sense of mystery, or simply to feel cool. Others do it as an attempt to disguise their identity or even conceal a hangover. Some even don the dark glasses to avoid awkward prolonged eye contact in dance clubs, or to conceal that they are staring at an attractive person.
Famous people do it all the time including Michael Jackson (RIP), Karl Lagerfeld, Future, and Rihanna among many others. Jack Nicholson has done since the 1976 Oscars, where Fred Astaire quickly put on sunglasses after not winning the Oscar. I love it—Fred convincing Jack on how to be cool.
Jack Nicholson has done it ever since he sat next to Fred Astaire at the 1976 Oscars (who, after not winning the Oscar, immediately put on sunglasses).
Hollywood is also to blame, as they have made sunglasses the must have wardrobe accessory—and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
Here are some of our favorite sunglasses at night moments: