Marilyn Monroe steps out—in her favorite shades—after a trip to the salon in New York City.
Elizabeth Taylor sports her go-to shades on the set of her film The Sandpiper in 1965.
White glasses go perfectly with Elizabeth Taylor's white bikini top on the set of her film Giant, released in 1956.
Elizabeth Taylor and two-time husband Richard Burton prepare to board a plane in France, 1965.
Ginger Rogers relaxes with husband Jacques Bergerac after a round of tennis in Palm Springs, 1955.
Ginger Rogers debuts a pair of round frames on the beach in 1936.
Seen in some of her last pre-royal days, Grace Kelly spends some time with fiancee Prince Rainer III and her too cute dog Oliver on a yacht in Monte Carlo.
It doesn't get more glamorous than Princess Grace in sunglasses, a green turban and a fur coat.
Sunglasses always—even at Grace Kelly's April 1956 wedding rehearsal.
In Rome, an all-white-clad Brigitte Bardot is all the cameramen have eyes for, 1967.
Brigitte Bardot arriving at London's Heathrow airport in style, 1966.
Are any pairs of sunglasses more iconic than Audrey Hepburn's Breakfast at Tiffany's cat-eye frames?
On Audrey Hepburn, cat-eye sunglasses and a little black dress (in Paris!) are an unbeatable combo.
Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart rock his and her's sunglasses in 1945.
Natalie Wood pairs her oversized brown shades with a very hippie chic outfit in 1972.
We're not sure what we love more—Natalie Wood's cut out dress, or her big sunnies, in Saint Tropez circa 1968
Nighttime is no reason for Ava Gardner (with husband Frank Sinatra) to take off her shades.