Brad Pitt is known for his effortlessly cool style, and his sunglasses are no exception. The actor has been spotted wearing a variety of different sunglasses over the years, from vintage finds to designer frames, each pair adding to his signature look. One of his most recent film roles, in Babylon, sees him wearing the Jacques Marie Mage Zephirin sunglasses.
The Zephirin sunglasses worn by Brad Pitt in Babylon are a perfect fit for the 1920s Hollywood setting of the film. With its unusual frame shape, reminiscent of a retro design with a twist, these sunglasses are sure to make a statement. The frame is made of 10mm thick acetate and features a stepped bridge and thick temple arms, giving it a sturdy look. The limited availability of the Zephirin sunglasses only adds to the exclusivity of the style.
Brad Pitt’s sunglasses in Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood are equally iconic. The exact model of these sunglasses is unknown, but it is believed to be a custom tinted lens in a full-rim, gold aviator frame. This vintage aviator style, with a retro warm red, brown sun lens, is a perfect fit for the 1960s setting of the film. The warm brown tint of the lenses is on-trend for summer 2022 and no doubt will continue on into 2023. The vintage aviator style adds a touch of nostalgia to the film, and Brad Pitt’s effortlessly cool portrayal of his character, Cliff Booth, is only enhanced by the addition of these sunglasses.
Brad Pitt has also been seen wearing Garrett Leight sunglasses, which is a Californian brand started by the son of Oliver Peoples Creator Larry Leight, so you know they’re good! Also, they are not cheap, as most pairs cost over $400.
With that said, Brad Pitt’s sunglasses not only add to his own personal style but also elevates his character and the atmosphere of the films. His sunglasses choices are always well thought out and adds a unique signature look to his roles. It’s no wonder that several of Brad Pitt’s sunglasses have been replicated by other brands as their own items of clothing, accessories, and memorabilia.