Rachel Walters

Rachel gravitated towards these Dolce & Gabbana frames for men because she liked the way they fit her face. The masculine shape of these glasses is slightly boxier, with squared-off rims and a thicker bridge. Yet on Rachel they manage to look soft and feminine. Chalk that up to this fiery, “Red Havana” colour, which is D&G’s take on the traditional tortoiseshell. The red and gold undertones compliment Rachel’s skin tone beautifully, and work with her hair colour as well. These acetate frames are made in Italy and feature a metallic Dolce & Gabbana logo on the arms.

Torquil Campbell

Torquil had just finished an amazing set with his band Stars when we grabbed his photo backstage at Osheaga. These Dolce & Gabbana glasses aren’t necessarily that flashy, but they’re perfect for the singer just the same. With chunky square-shaped rims, a slight lift at the brow, and D&G’s signature gold-coloured arms, these frames are a little bit of smart-alec, a little bit hipster and all the way fashionable, delivering on star power whether you’re rocking them on-stage or off.