Cat's eye – Marilyn Monroe, 1955
This feline sunnies style was a favourite of ‘50s sirens like Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn and remains a go-to for glamour pusses of today.Modica Sun RX
Pilot style – Paul Newman, 1963
Pilot style sunnies have enjoyed consistent cool-factor since they first came into fashion in the 1950s, thanks to icons like Elvis, Paul Newman and Top Gun’s Lieutenant Maverick favouring the style.Ancelotti Sun RX
Rock star – Bob Dylan, 1965
King of cool, Bob Dylan immortalised this classic square shape in the ’60s by never being seen without a pair (you can skip the skinny jeans and Chelsea boots though!).
Round eye – Aretha Franklin, 1970
Round eyes were the sunnies style of the flower power generation, worn by everyone from John Lennon to Aretha Franklin. And with the 70s fashion revival over the past few years, round eyes have become a firm favourite of fashionistas once again.
Oversized – Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, 1978
Oversized shades have become synonymous with history’s most stylish and elegant first lady, Jackie O. This sunnies style will create instant VIP appeal.
Browline – Jack Nicholson, 1988
After originally surfacing as a glasses style in the 1950s, the browline had a massive resurgence in the ’80s as a cool new sunnies style. We still love this classic look today!Laudrup Sun RX