Karl Sunglasses



Karl Urban Sunglasses

A sturdy lead and character actor with a natural affinity for physical roles, Karl Urban was a New Zealand-born performer who rose to popularity with notable roles in “The Lord of the Rings”. With the help of his signature sunglasses, he also has a foothold in the fashion circle of his own style. Featuring dark-tinted lenses and rectangular shapes, those shades do a good job in expressing his coolness and handsomeness to the extremity.

Karl Lagerfeld Sunglasses

The legendary Karl Lagerfeld runs 3 fashion houses (Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld, and Fendi). He is also a photographer and designed for Chloé from 1963-83 and 1992-97. The inscrutable Karl Lagerfeld is rarely seen without his trademark sunglasses. He literally integrated himself with the signature sunglasses he finds so fond of wearing. Picking up the cue of wearing sunglasses to make life more colorful and gay, you can just look as voguish and swell as can be.

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Karl-Heinz Urban is a New Zealand actor. He is known for playing Éomer in the second and third installments of Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy in the 2009 film Star Trek and Julius Caesar on Xena: Warrior Princess. He played Vaako in The Chronicles of Riddick, the Russian assassin Kirill in The Bourne Supremacy, and Ghost in Pathfinder and won acclaim for his performances in New Zealand films The Price of Milk and Out of the Blue.

As well as appearing in films and television shows, Urban had various roles in theatre productions and TV advertisements. In February/March 1998, he was in a play called The Herbal Bed at the Maidment Theatre in Auckland. In August 1998, he played Mark Antony in Auckland Theatre Company's production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The following year he starred in the Auckland Theatre Company's production of the New Zealand classic Foreskin's Lament.

Urban was seen on the internationally syndicated American TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and on its spin-off Xena: Warrior Princess, in which he played the recurring roles of both Cupid and Julius Caesar from 1996 to 2001. Both shows were filmed in New Zealand. In 2001 he appeared in the offbeat rural romance The Price of Milk, for which he received his first nomination at the New Zealand Qantas Film and Television Awards. Urban later won acclaim for his portrayal of policeman Nick Harvey in Out of the Blue, a dramatisation of New Zealand's Aramoana massacre, for which he won the Qantas Film and Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2008.

Urban's first Hollywood role was in the 2002 horror film Ghost Ship. Since then, he has worked on many high-profile movies, including the second and third installments of the Lord of the Rings trilogy (The Two Towers and The Return of the King), The Bourne Supremacy, The Chronicles of Riddick and Star Trek.

More about Karl Lagerfeld

Karl Lagerfeld,born Karl Otto Lagerfeldt on September 10, 1933 in Hamburg, is a German fashion designer, artist and photographer based in Paris. He has collaborated on a variety of fashion and art related projects, most notably as head designer and creative director for the fashion house Chanel. Lagerfeld has his own label fashion house, as well as the Italian house Fendi.