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Celebrities That Wear Ray Bans

Updated on April 27, 2018

Ray-Ban sunglasses are the best selling sunglasses in the world....

Article By Sharon Stajda

What comes to mind when you hear the name Ray-Ban? Perhaps, Tom Cruise dancing around in his underwear wearing a classic pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses in the movie "Risky Business" or maybe you are visioning Bradley Cooper in Ray-Ban Aviators in "The Hangover. " Ray-Ban sunglasses are certainly the choice of many film wardrobe directors when it comes to putting the finishing touch on a celebrity's look for a movie ... Ray-ban sunglasses are the number one selling sunglasses in the world, and certainly appear to be the sunglasses of choice for many celebrities.

Actually, there has never been a brand of sunglasses that has occupied such a long history in the film industry as the Ray-Ban brand. Ray-Bans were clearly the choice of sunglasses for many long passed Hollywood royalty. While Ray Bans now have been adopted by the next generation of Hollywood style setters, and are being worn by many types of celebrates, from actors to sports icons, to you name it. President Barack Obama has been seen sporting a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses around Washington DC. It appears he has made the Ray-Ban brand his personal choice when it comes to sunglasses.



Ray-Bans are they just for celebrities?

So, does this mean Ray-Bans are just for celebrities? Who actually is the ideal customer for Ray-Ban sunglasses? You are! Ray-Ban sunglasses is one of the most well-known brands to hit the market in modern times. Studies show that Ray-Ban is the best-selling brand of sunglasses on the market today. How have they earned this privilege? Two reasons come to mind - Ray-Ban offers not only classic styling but high quality in each and every pair of sunglasses they produce.

It's all about quality combined with unique styling that makes Ray-Ban sunglasses popular not only with the younger generation but also with the older generation. The older generation is well acquainted with the Ray-Ban Brand. Ray-Ban sunglasses have been around since the early 1930s, and I expect they will be around for a long time to come.

Selecting a pair of glasses can be a " Risky Business"...

With so many styles and labels available, it still comes down to what are the celebrities are wearing when it comes to which sunglasses are well sought after, and purchased. Yes, it's .about making a fashion statement. When it comes to Ray-Ban sunglasses, celebrities have kept the brand popular from the time they first hit the marketplace in the mid-1930s.

Cruise Was Up To Risky Busness

Tom Cruise

Kristen Stewart

Diane Kruger

Brad Pitt


Bradley Cooper

Penelope Cruise

Justin Bieber

Paris Hilton

Robert Pattinson

Drew Barrymore

Jude law

Jennifer Aniston

Mathew Mc Connaunghey

Natalie Portman

David Beckham

Victoria Beckham

Recognize the "starlet" behind the "cat eye" Ray-ban sunglasses ?

I have added the answer at the very bottom of this page. Please take the poll before taking a peak..

Can you ID this celebrity, she is wearing a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses....

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George Clooney

Nicole Richie

Lenny Kravitz

Rachel Uchitel

Taylor Lautner

Vanessa Hudgen


Hayden Christensen

Sara Jessica Parker

Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars spotting - he was seen wearing a pair of tortoise frame Ray-Ban 3016 Clubmaster sunglasses.

The Ray-Ban Aviator ...

The Ray-Ban Aviator style has been worn by so many leading men, in so many movies.

Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses have been worn by so many leading men that it would almost be hard to calculate. Although the aviator style is a unisex frame. In the film industry, it will be long remembered as the style of ray-ban that adorned many of the male figures in some very popular films.

Have a look at the list of celebrities who are known to have worn the Ray-Ban 3025 sunglasses in as part of their wardrobe.

Hugh Jackman in Real Steel

Will Forte in MacGruber

David Duchovny in The Joneses

Lamman Rucker in Why Did I Get Married Too?

Tom Cruise in Knight and Day

Aaron Stanford in How I Got Lost

Danny Glover in Shooter

Tom Cruise in Top Gun

Russell Crowe in The Next Three Days

Bradley Cooper in The Hangover

Zac Efron in 17 Again

Nicholas Cage in Bangkok Dangerous

Kevin Spacey wears them in Casino Jack

Knock em Dead In A Pair Of Red Ray-Ban Sunglasses !

Knock em Dead In  A Pair Of Red Ray-Ban Sunglasses !
Knock em Dead In A Pair Of Red Ray-Ban Sunglasses !

Please Take My Poll

Do you have a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses?

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Answer to poll - The mysterious Starlet is Lauren Bacall.

Guestbook Comments - I hope you will take time to leave me a bit of feedback...

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    • Sharlee01 profile imageAUTHOR


      21 months ago

      Me too... Always have they are just a classic. Thank you for visiting, and taking time to comment.

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      Van Nguyen 

      21 months ago from Fullerton

      I love Ray-Ban too.


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