What's Up With Mary-Kate's Sunglasses?

10/04/2006 at 09:30 AM ET

Mary-Kate Olsen is definitely known for her out-there fashion choices, and the outfits she’s been wearing during Fashion Week in Paris, which she has been attending with sister Ashley, are no exception. But what really caught our eye were her vintage Chanel sunglasses, emblazoned with the brand’s name and location. We know that Chanel and Parisian style are synonymous by now, but this may be taking her brand devotion a bit too far. Tell us: What do you think of Mary-Kate’s sunglasses? Would you wear them?

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Clayton on

This isn’t the first person to have worn these glasses so I would hardly say “what do you think of Mary-Kates’ sunglasses?”… instead ask “what do you think of these sunglasses offered by Chanel.. and worn by Mary-Kate?”..
My response:
I enjoy them, perfect example of completely austere behavior…

Caris on

I love them, they look trendy and cute – I would wear them :) Stop picking on her.. she’s just being a unique individual, is that really shamed upon in society now!?

Chi Chi on

Can you tell me the sunglasses type number?Thanks!

MK on

Looks great and I want it!

shaana on

they are fabulous. You have to be able to appreciate Chanel, (and Vintage Chanel at that!), to really love her glasses

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