Nowadays, getting the movie star look is easier than ever. Read on for our list of 10 iconic sunglasses available to buy, including Terminator's shades.
Fans of some of the world’s biggest Hollywood movies will do their very best to dress like their big screen idols.
Thanks to a whole host of online sunglasses retailers, getting the movie star look is easier than ever.
Read on as we reveal our favourite movie shades of old and where to buy them online.
Ray-Ban Aviator 3025 (As seen in Top Gun)
Starring as Lieutenant Pete “Maverick” Mitchell in 1986 classic Top Gun, Tom Cruise dons the Ray-Ban Aviator 3025’s.
The instantly-recognisable shades can be found online for around £100 depending on which online retailer you pick, but Cruise fans will be pleased to know that the 3025’s aren’t too tough to track down.
According to Time Magazine, sales of Ray-Ban Aviators rose by around 40% after their appearance in the 1986 movie.
Gargoyle's ANSI Classic (As seen in Terminator)
Released in 1984, Terminator has gone down in history as one of the most popular Sci-Fi / action films of all time, with robots, explosions and fancy weaponry thrown together to form a smash hit.
Arnold Schwarzenegger plays The Terminator, rocking a pair of blacked-out Gargoyles ANSI Classic sunglasses.
Although the classic ANSI shades from the 1984 film aren’t available anymore, die-hard Terminator fans can still get their hands on the ‘newer generation’ of the iconic specs at prices around the £80 mark.
Gargoyle’s Novus sunglasses look almost identical to the Terminator’s own pair of specs, with some subtle differences.
Oliver Goldsmith (As seen in Breakfast at Tiffany's)
In vintage flick Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Audrey Hepburn stars as quirky New York neighbour, Holly Golightly.
Whilst Hepburn’s original 1961 Oliver Goldsmith sunglasses are no longer in stock (no surprise there, really) the same manufacturer has since released the Oliver Goldsmith ‘Manhattan’, which look almost identical.
Ray-Ban Predator (As seen in Men in Black)
When Alien’s start getting unruly, extraterrestrial detectives Mr Jones and Mr Smith are there to clean up the damage.
Starring alongside each other in 1997’s Men in Black, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are both seen in Men in Black wearing Ray Ban’s RB 2030’s.
Availability for the shades is fairly limited at the time of writing, and those that are desperate to look like Alien-busting Smith may have to settle for the almost identical Ray Ban Predator.
Ray-Ban 3138 Shooter (As seen in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas)
In 1998’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, drug-fuelled author Hunter S. Thompson is seen traveling across America wearing Ray-Ban RB 3138 Shooter Aviator sunglasses.
Whilst Depp’s glasses feature a custom-made yellow frame, the standard version of the Ray-Ban RB 3138 Shooter Aviator sunglasses are still fairly easy to grab.
A113 Model Classic Round Clip On (As seen in The Matrix)
Featured in The Matrix, Morpheus’ minimalist specs have cemented their place in the Hollywood sunglasses hall of fame.
The A113’s are fairly affordable at the time of writing and are particularly light due in part to a ‘premium design’ and silicon nose pads.
These Morpheus shades clip right onto the wearer’s nose, which means there’s no frame wrapped around the ears. Such a unique, futuristic design makes for a real head-turning pair of sunglasses.
Matrix fans don’t have to break the bank to look like the all-knowing Morpheus.
Mickey Knox (As seen in The Natural Born Killers)
1994 American crime film Natural Born Killers stars Woody Harrelson as psychopathic murderer Mickey Knox.
You don’t have to be mad to appreciate a good bargain though, and that’s exactly what we have on offer here, considering a pair of specs like Knox’s can be grabbed for around £15.
Both Amazon and eBay currently list the rounded specs for a fairly low price, both offering a variety of different coloured lenses.
Tortoise Nylon Blublocker Sunglasses (As seen in The Hangover)
Zach Galifianakis rocks a pair of Blublocker’s in 2009 comedy hit, The Hangover.
These sunglasses by Blublocker are among the most popular models that the group produces, also boasting flexible temples that stretch and contract to fit ‘any size face’.
Tom Ford Marko TF144 (As seen in Skyfall)
The name’s Ford, Tom Ford.
Featured in James Bond blockbuster Skyfall, gun-loving hero Daniel Craig is seen fighting bad guys in a pair of Tom Ford Marko TF144’s.
These large shades are seen throughout the 2012 film and prices for the specs start at around £150. The TF144’s are easily one of the most popular Aviator’s in the Tom Ford sunglasses range.
Celebrity fans of Tom Ford’s sunglasses range include Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Anniston, so if you purchase a pair for yourself you’re in good company.