“There is the Pope, and there is Valentino. In this city, I don’t know who else is as famous.” So said The New Yorker’s Walter Veltroni about Rome — and with good reason. Since making his international debut in 1962 with a history-making line of women’s couture, Valentino Garavani has used his awe-inspiring collections to capture the opulence and grandeur of Italy’s capital city. Though Valentino himself stepped down from running his fashion house in 2007, designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli remain true to his vision with stunning sunglasses that features lacy accents, crystals, tiny studs, and ruffle details. Even if you’re not a movie star, a pair of Valentino wayfarers or aviator shades will make you feel like one.