Stone's Retro Ray-Bans
Sharon Stone's role in her upcoming film "Fading Gigolo" has meant she's had to appear in some odd attire. She was recently snapped in the Daily Mail in silk cargo trousers and gaudy loafers carrying her initials. But on the plus side, there was room for her to don Ray-Ban 2156 Clubmaster sunglasses.
Stone's new flick is a comedy revolving around a middle-aged man who becomes an escort in order to raise money for his penniless friend. The cast includes Woody Allen, Vanessa Paradis, Sofia Vergara and Liev Shreiber. John Turtturo, the film's writer and director, also stars in the comedy. However, we're not quite sure whether Sharon's Ray-Ban sunglasses make an on-screen appearance just yet. But we are certain that they're worthy.
Ray-Ban 2156 Clubmaster sunglasses
Sharon's sunglass of choice on set...
Ray-Ban's 3016 Clubmaster is a pair of designer sunglasses that still holds a place in many a celeb wardrobe. But Miss Stone's 2156 Clubmaster is a classic in it's own right. It has a more compact construction than the 3016, but still captures all of that vintage appeal.
Chunky acetate defines the distinctive browline, bringing a Wayfarer-esque quality to the sunglass. It's presence in stark contrast to the rimless lower half of the frame gives the 2156 Clubmaster it's famous silhouette.
Retro pin hinges have also been thrown into the mix by Ray-Ban to hammer home that old school edge. At the temple, Ray-Ban has placed another pin against the luxe acetate arms to apply a suitably luxe finish. These Wayfarer sunglasses combine with pretty much any get-up too, as Stone also found to her advantage...
Ray-Ban 3016 Clubmaster sunglasses
The original Clubmaster...
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