Top 6 Music Videos ft. Iconic Eyewear
As Christina Aguilera said, "Create your look, out a fashion book".
Similarly, eyewear is the accessory to enhance your look. Let's embark on a journey through some remarkable music videos that have featured unforgettable eyewear moments, showcasing how the right pair of shades can elevate an artist's style and persona.
From Nicki Minaj's neon pink glasses to Harry Styles summer love style, Doja Cat's rimless sunnies to Dua Lipa's newfound confidence in the aviator yellow tints- here are some music videos with eyeconic moments in some recent music videos.
All of the Barbies is pretty (Damn)
All of the Barbies is bad
It girls (It girls) and we ain't playin' tag
Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice (with Aqua) transported us to a neon dream world with 'Barbie World'. Nicki Minaj's choice of oversized, neon-pink sunglasses highlight her bold, unapologetic personality. Nicki is also seen wearing racer wrap-around reflectors for an eye-catching take on futuristic fashion.
The Star Look: Bullard is your pick if you are looking for an exquisitely feminine and assertive look.
In 'Watermelon Sugar', Harry Styles' round, tinted sunglasses paid homage to the '70s and '80s, emphasising the song's nostalgic and carefree vibe. His eyewear choice is a fitting tribute, reinventing a bygone era's aesthetic, perfectly in line with the song's celebration of summer love.
The Star Look: Paloma is a trendsetting transparent acetate pair, bringing you Watermelon Sugar's ultimate freshness in the form of sky-blue tints.
Show you how to touch itHold it like it's precious It don't need your lovin' It just needs attention
Doja Cat's narrow rectangular sunnies in her 'Attention' video generated a sense of intrigue for her new persona, 'Scarlet' - the inspiration for her newest body of work. Calling attention to important POVs like stan culture and the state of hip-hop today, Doja makes a statement in this video with every glance.
The Star Look: These shades echo the spirit of Camel, an ideal pair of sunglasses for those who want to make a statement with their fashion choices. APOLLO :(((
My loveHe makes me feel like nobody else, nobody else But my love He doesn't love me, so I tell myself, I tell myself
Dua Lipa's sleek aviator-inspired yellow tints in 'New Rules' served as a visual representation of her newfound confidence and independence, mirroring the song's message of setting boundaries and taking control. Her eyewear exudes sophistication, showcasing her evolution as an artist.
The Star Look: These shades evoke the essence of Bordi, making them a perfect choice for embracing your inner diva.
Sunshine on the street at the paradeBut you would rather be in the dark ages Making that sign, must've taken all night
In 'You Need to Calm Down', Taylor Swift's bejewelled cat-eye sunglasses channel the message of love and self-acceptance. They symbolised the LGBTQIA+ community's resilience and the importance of embracing one's identity, aligning perfectly with the song's empowering message.
The Star Look: These shades draw inspiration from Merlot, designed for those who embrace their unique style.
And I throw my cellular device
In the water
Can you reach me?
No, you can't
Lorde's tortoise-rimmed cat eye sunglasses in 'Solar Power' exudes a sense of living the good life. Her POV in this video conveys a sense of authenticity, reflecting the song's call to embrace nature, community and positivity. Adding a touch of coolness to her carefree, see-side persona, these cat-eyes mirror the song's spirit of liberation.
The Star Look: Get charmed by the free spirit and fiery appeal of our Bonfire sunglasses to channel Lorde!
John Jacobs' diverse eyewear collections allow you to capture the essence of these iconic moments and channel your favorite artist's style, ultimately making your own unique fashion statement. Explore the world of music-inspired eyewear and let your personality shine through your choice of shades.