The 4 Designer Sunglasses Everyone From Meghan Markle to Jen Aniston Wears

While celebrities tend to have an array of covetable items in their wardrobes, I'm always intrigued by their choice of chic sunglasses. The world is truly their oyster in terms of brand options, so when the most stylish celebs all gravitate toward the same designers, you know there's something special about them.

In the world of sunglasses, there are a few celebrity-favorite brands that reign supreme. Sunglasses complete an outfit and can change the vibe of your whole look, whether you choose a cat eye or round metal frames, so when chic celebs choose a frame, it's intentional. From classic brands like Ray-Ban, which Jennifer Aniston can't get enough of, to the directional frames that Gigi Hadid loves, below are four of the designer sunglasses brands celebrities always wear.

THE ROW X OLIVER PEOPLES

In one of the chicest collaborations in fashion history, sunglasses powerhouse Oliver Peoples and cult-favorite label The Row teamed up to create retro-inspired frames celebrities can't get enough of. From metal styles that look like they were plucked out of the '60s or '70s to timeless acetate frames, The Row x Oliver Peoples has perfected the look of timeless elegance.

On Kaia Gerber: Free People Hit the Slopes Fleece Jacket ($148); Birkenstock Arizona Fur Sandals ($150); Celine bag; The Row x Oliver Peoples BA CC Acetate Sunglasses ($455)

The Row x Oliver Peoples BA CC Acetate Sunglasses ($455)

On Sofia Richie: The Row x Oliver Peoples Hightree Sunglasses ($398); Triangl Vinca Bikini ($105); Lack of Color Wave Bucket Hat ($99)

The Row x Oliver Peoples Hightree Sunglasses ($398)

RAY-BAN

Ray-Ban sunglasses are as classic as it gets, providing an effortless coolness to any outfit. Ray-Bans have been spotted on just about everyone from Jennifer Aniston to Beyoncé and offer more iconic styles than any other sunglasses brand around. From aviators to wayfarers, these frames will continue to stand the test of time.

On Jennifer Aniston: Ray-Ban Aviator Classic Sunglasses ($108)

Ray-Ban Classic Aviator Gradient Sunglasses ($169)

On Constance Wu: Ray-Ban Round Gradient Sunglasses ($169)

Ray-Ban Round Gradient Sunglasses ($169)

LE SPECS

Le Specs has quickly become one of the brands celebrities can't get enough of because of its trend-forward frames and wide selection of styles. The best part of Le Specs is that the brand is super affordable (which is rare in a celeb-loved brand), with most styles coming in at under $80.

On Meghan Markle: Le Specs Air Heart Sunglasses ($60)

Le Specs Air Heart Sunglasses ($60)

On Priyanka Chopra Jonas: Le Specs Unreal Sunglasses ($79); BY FAR Tanya Sandals ($370)

Le Specs Unreal Sunglasses ($79)

VELVET CANYON

One of the newer brands on the celebrity radar is Velvet Canyon—a retro-inspired label out of Australia. It girls like Hailey Bieber, Gigi Hadid, and Kendall Jenner are already huge fans of its oval and rectangular frames, so I think it's safe to say you'll be seeing a lot more of this brand.

On Hailey Bieber: Bottega Veneta Triangle-Stitched Shearling Coat ($8900); Velvet Canyon Velvetines Sunglasses ($211)

Velvet Canyon Velvetines ($211)

On Gigi Hadid: Cotton Citizen Verona Crop Shirt ($90); Good American Good 90s Jeans ($149); Joolz by Martha Calvo Sunset Drive Necklace ($165); Masqd Ultra Sport Face Mask ($24); Reebok x Victoria Beckham sneakers; Velvet Canyon Revolution Sunglasses ($227)

Velvet Canyon Revolution ($227)

Shop more sunglasses:

Le Specs Liar Liar Sunglasses ($59)

These are easily one of my favorite pairs of sunglasses of all time.

Saint Laurent Mica Cat-Eye Sunglasses ($350)

The ultimate cat eye.

Ray-Ban Classic Aviator Sunglasses ($154)

Talk about a timeless pair of sunnies.

Bottega Veneta Hexagon-Frame Sunglasses ($440)

Obsessed doesn't even begin to describe how I feel about these.

Garrett Leight Hampton Polar Sunglasses ($420)

Another popular brand among the celebrity set.

Luv Lou The Harley in Cream Tort ($90)

I've been eyeing these for a while—they just scream summer.

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