Here's What Lenses All Of Your Favorite Stars Have Been Spotted In

Prive Revaux has become the go-to favorite in eyewear for Hollywood's hottest stars, including heavyweight brand ambassadors such as Jamie Foxx and Jeremy Piven.
With new lines coming out every couple of months, the options are almost endless. So if you're like us and have trouble choosing, we've compiled a list of some of the latest stars decked out in the handcrafted, polarized lenses, so you can see which types they've been craving.
Joe Jonas looked rather stealth and sophisticated in a pair of Prive's The Riviera. The singer donned a black leather jacket atop a matching shirt, along with the silver, mirrored lenses for a very rocker-esque vibe. Available in blue and silver; these fan favorites are around for a limited time only so get yours today.
Fergie choose an unsurprising option with Prive's The Rockstar. The Black Eyed Peas songstress was snapped in a comfy, cozy look quite opposite from her lavish red carpet ensembles, but stepped it up a notch in terms of eyewear. Part of the brand's original collection, these funky, futuristic-looking frames feature a unique bridge and are available in brown or silver depending on your specific mood or style.
Former Twilight star Ashely Greene chose a more feminine, flirty option in The Monet. The actress looked effortlessly sleek and stylish in a simple, black getup, making the cat eye-inspired frames a refreshing contrast. The oversized specs come in both a brown and purple tortoise option for something a bit more fashionable and fun.
Prive advocate Odell Beckham Jr. was captured in the brand's The Reagan while visiting their pop-up shop in NYC. The NFL star also opted for a more casual look with jeans and a sweatshirt coupled with a pair of more rounded specs. Get yours today in either black, blue or brown tortoise. 
Well there you have it. These are the Prive lenses some of the brand's most die-hard fans have been repping. Get yours to match or be on the look out for new favorites as well.
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