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Watch Zoë Saldana Make Glasses Look Glam

10/31/2012 at 04:30 PM ET

Zoe Saldana Lenscrafters
Courtesy Yu Tsai for LensCrafters

Wearing glasses has never looked so cool! Zoë Saldana stars in LensCrafters‘ new advertising campaign, pairing her sick sense of style (and gorgeousness) with the brand’s various frames.

“I think it’s very important to have glasses that sort of reflect or enhance your character,” the star says in the exclusive clip below. “I have the sexy ones, the studious ones … [and being] the girl that I am, I’m also looking for the Jackie Os, or the Audrey Hepburn sort of look.”

Saldana’s campaign focuses on the brand’s new ‘My Look’ service, which offers customers the chance to try on four frames and take high-definition photos while wearing each, then use the resulting side-by-side image to pick a favorite.

The star’s ads will bow Nov. 1 online, in print and in more than 900 LensCrafters stores nationwide. Tell us: What types of glasses do you wear? 


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gidgit on

I have six pairs of glasses. From make me look like a librarian to rimless to sparkley. Glasses can and should reflect all aspects of your personality.

LASIK? Who needs it?….play with glasses!


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