Andy Warhol is easily one of the best known artists of the past 50 years. Part of the transition that turned Warhol from a shy outcast at school, to the super-cool king of pop art, was the image he built for himself.
Today, I share maybe one of the most unusual uses of sunglasses, by a pop star. Read more…
In today's Sunglasses in the movies, we look at the 1959 classic, North by Northwest. The movie was directed by legendary cinematic genius, Alfred Hitchcock and starred one of the most stylish men in movie history, Cary Grant.
For years, U2 front-man Bono has been lampooned for always seeming to wear sunglasses, indoors and out. It was suggested that he was trying a little too hard to go with the rock star image.
In this look at sunglasses in the movies, we pay homage to the classic Terminator movies.
Until now, each of the rock stars and movie stars in sunglasses I have covered, used sunglasses to either disguise their identity, improve their image or look cool.
In today's look at sunglasses in the movies, I'm going back a long way into modern movie history. It's the 1953 cult classic, The Wild One -- starring Marlon Brando.
So, what do you get if you take a cool dog, some sunglasses and a jet ski? Find out here…
One of the reasons that sunglasses have become an essential part of most people's lives, is that nothing else we wear can change how we look, our whole image, as quickly as putting sunglasses on.
Few if any rock stars have been photographed in sunglasses as often as the punk legend, Joey Ramone. From the mid 1970's to his untimely death in 2001…read more.