Sunglasses have witnessed many trends over the years. Every decade had a contribution to make in terms of styles of sunglasses.
What is ‘in’ today? No doubt, it is the wacky sunglasses. Looking silly is trending, whether you like it or not.
Saw Lady Gaga of late?
Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Paris Hilton – the list of celebs flaunting their wackiness by way of sunglasses is increasing by the day.
American pop singer and songwriter Lady Gaga consistently stuns her fans with her eyewear style. She jumped into the big league of pop singers with the release of her album ‘The Fame’ in 2008. Since then, her fans have been seeing a new avatar of her with every new album. Gaga’s bold and unique eyeglasses frames are not only restricted to her stage and screen appearances. She sizzles with her sunglasses off-screen as well.
Gaga loves attention and wearing wacky sunglasses get her to it. In an interview, she even mentioned that, at times, she couldn’t even see through the sunglasses she was wearing. But she wears them for the sake of the outfit.
Let’s have a look at what kind of sunglasses define the ‘Gaga style’.
Lady Gaga’s sunglasses have always created a buzz in the media. Her eyewear odyssey has ranged from various geometrical shapes to usual ones like cat-eye and rectangle frames.
One of Lady Gaga’s most popular eyewear style is Mickey Mouse sunglasses. She sported these sunglasses in ‘Paparazzi’ and ‘Telephone’. The extreme round shaped sunglasses from Balenciaga and Dior have been her favourites too.
How can one forget the pointed golden cat-eye frames of Gaga?
Gaga has also been spotted wearing Marc Jacobs and Linda Farrow square red mask sunglasses. She also carried the 80’s robotic style oversized Goldwing DBGM sunglasses with élan. Going by her public appearances, it seems that Versace’s T76 and 676 are her trademark shades.
It is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta aka Lady Gaga’s eyewear style that makes her stand out from the crowd. This pop-star has a penchant for wearing wacky eyewear frames and make the fans go ‘Gaga’ over them.