Sunglasses Help Stars Fight the Bright Lights at the Oscars
On January 10th, the nominees were announced for the 2013 Oscar awards. The upcoming event will be hosted by Jon Hamm and Octavia Spencer. Joaquin Phoenix, Daniel Day Lewis, Bill Murray, John Hawkes and Hugh Jackman are nominated for Best Actor. Quvenzhane Wallis, Kiera Knightley, Laura Linney, Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep will compete for the award for Best Actress. Meanwhile, the film Lincoln received 12 nominations, making it the most nominated film.
Why do the Oscars consistently get our attention year after year? There are many good reasons that we keep coming back to the Oscars again and again. This event is all about glamour, as every event is packed with the world’s top stars. They all show up to the entertainment industry’s top party looking their best. Then there are the awards, right? People loving tuning in to see if they agree with the critics. Did your favorite film win? So many of us just can’t resist the urge to tune in and watch the awards get announced. In short, the Oscars are great fun, but all of that fun means a tremendous amount of work behind the scenes.
All kinds of industry professionals work hard to make sure that the stars look their very best, as, after all, the whole world is quite literally watching. As the old saying goes, “fashion is catching.” The fashion industry realizes this all too well. This is why that in many ways the Oscars are more than an awards ceremony; the event is also a major fashion focal point. Fashion designers and major labels know that the Oscars mark a very unique opportunity to have their designs showcased to the world. And they use some of the world’s best known people and faces as their models.
This focus on fashion isn’t one-dimension either, for all aspects of making stars and starlets look their very best come into play. For example, the world’s best make-up artists and experts, photographers and lighting experts are all on call to make the world’s most recognized faces look their best for the Oscars. Other elements, such as accessories including jewelry, rings, Wayfarer shades and polarized sunglasses, get a great deal of attention as well. Emma Stone and Seth MacFarlane, of course, looked their best when they announced the 2013 Oscar nominations recently. You can bet that their looks were well choreographed and thought through well in advance, including any accessories, such as sunglasses, that they might have been wearing.
Celebrities often have money to “burn,” but that doesn’t mean that don’t pay close attention to how they spend their money. In fact, many celebrities realize that how they spend their money has an impact on the environment. For example, environmentally aware celebrities realize that they shouldn’t just toss sunglasses into the trash, but should instead opt for sunglasses repair. There are good reasons to opt for sunglasses repair when it comes to damaged sunglasses. After all, repairing your damaged glasses means less material and energy is used. Opting for sunglass repair is great for the planet and our conscience!
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