Celebs Get Smiley in their Shades

If you haven’t caught on, we can’t get enough of celebs in eyewear, and we imagine you’re just as obsessed. To squeeze in your daily dose of A-lister bliss, here are some our faves showing off their impeccable shady faces.

Who knew a silent film could create so much Hollywood buzz? Berenice Bejo gave such a dazzling performance in The Artist that she’s up for an Oscar this weekend. Check out the beautiful star in metal studded Valentino V622S cat-eyes.

Berenice Bejo in Valentino V622S


Elizabeth McGovern, one of the leading ladies from the critically acclaimed Downton Abbey series, takes a break from her period costumes and poses in fresh Valentino V611S lace patterned sunnies.

Elizabeth McGovern in Valentino V611S


Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris may have flown under the radar at the box office, but it’s getting plenty of praise during award season and is up for four Oscars. Two of the film’s standout stars revealed their shady sides, and we love their choices – Kathy Bates in Valentino V604S and Owen Wilson in Salvatore Ferragamo SF617S.

Kathy Bates in Valentino V604S and Owen Wilson in Salvatore Ferragamo SF617S


Octavia Spencer appears to be unstoppable; she’s already swept up a Golden Globe and SAG award for her performance in The Help, and is predicted to win an Oscar. The nominee looks the polar opposite of her character “Minny Jackson” in flashy, oversized Valentino V609S shades.

Octavia Spencer in Valentino V609S


While Tim Tebow couldn’t make it past Tom Brady and the New England Patriots during the playoffs, he still remains the golden boy of the NFL to many. Despite the downturn of his season with the Denver Broncos, he still looks awfully cute in white Nike Vintage 83 navigators.

Tim Tebow in Nike Vintage 83