Roland-Garros 2015: Celeb’s Sunglasses Spotted

One of the most prestigious tennis tournaments has just finished, leaving all of us devoted fans with the sense of gentle distress knowing that we’ll have to wait for a whole year until it begins again.

Luckily, we have a chance to prolong the euphoria by making a short resume of our favorite celebs spotted in the crowd enjoying the event, while wearing trendy sunglasses that only enhanced their French Open experience!

American movie star, Bradley Cooper, was spotted at the grand slam competition in a pair of Carrera shades with gradient brown lenses.

The guys from Carrera know who their champion was that weekend (which is a name of this cool model by the way,) even before Stan Wawrinka nailed it.   Still, Bradley’s choice of sunnies is definitely a win!

Carrera Champion Sunglasses at SelectSpecs

One of the most charming British actors Hugh Grant and partner Anna Elisabet Eberstein both opted for a classic, laid back aviator style.

Hugh’s hues irresistibly reminded us of Ted Baker’s TB1271 Oliver model with a double-bridge and gradient brown lenses, an excellent finishing detail contrasted against his white shirt and grey suit.

Ted Baker TB1271 Oliver Sunglasses at SelectSpecs

Naturally beautiful Jelena Djokovic supported her husband, Novak, till the very end with a pair of classic Ray-Ban RB3025 Aviators with a golden frame/gradient blue lenses combo. Blending in perfectly with her white/beige outfit!

We have a large range of aviator styles, but just like Jelena, we think you can’t go wrong with the original Ray-Ban RB3025 (where you can customise the colour of your lenses too.)

Ray-Ban RB3025 Aviator Sunglasses at SelectSpecs

Tennis has always been a fashionable sport and with Wimbledon coming up we can sit back, relax and enjoy the view.

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