Eyewear in TV & Film

Ever wondered what that actors designer sunglasses or designer glasses brand was? Wanted a pair but just never knew where to start looking? We are building a collection of posts up that look a little closer at brands in TV & film.

National Sunglasses Day: 20 Iconic Sunglasses in Film

Today is National Sunglasses Day; a day celebrating the importance of protecting our eyes from the sun’s harmful UV rays with shades. To honour this event, we’re not only offering a huge 20% flash sale site wide, but we’ve also picked 20 of the most iconic sunglasses in the history of film. From Breakfast at Tiffany’s to Topgun, check out the most memorable frames and even copy their style with similar suggestions from our site.

Polaroid Side Stories

This year marks Polaroid’s 80th anniversary, so to celebrate the brand has produced a collection of short videos titled, Polaroid Side Stories. The campaign focuses on a small selection of talented individuals from various industries, characters of different ages and specialties who all share a love for Polaroid Eyewear.

A Look at the Tom Ford Directed ‘Nocturnal Animals’

There’s been mixed reviews here at B Sunglasses of the new film Nocturnal Animals. As has there been all across the film industry. “Tom Ford should stick to making sunglasses” was one comment we had here, and across the board many are saying the film is trying too hard, is just a bit too cool, and with not enough substance. Others however, are saying the film is magnificent, beautiful and incredibly well acted. We take a look at the film from both perspectives and see how one of our favourite designers here at B Sunglasses got on with his second sitting in the director’s chair.