When looking back on hip-hop style through the decades, sunglasses prove to a be a consistent and influential accessory. In the '80s and '90s, dark-tinted Versace shades, as seen on Biggie and P. Diddy, were all the rage. Today, there's much more variety in style and designers (including ski goggles previously only worn on the slopes -- thank you, 2 Chainz!). Scroll through to see some of the current go-to's and where to buy them.
Offset of Migos
Not unlike his Migos compatriots Quavo and Takeoff, Offset is seldom seen without his shades. In their latest music video for "T-Shirt," the rapper wears gold-tinted and rimmed vintage Bugatti 508 frames ($350 at vintageframescompany.com).
Former Billboard Man of Style and frequent shade-wearer, Wiz Khalifa dons a pair of Saint Laurent Round-Frame acetate sunglasses in black while backstage in Norway ($375 at net-a-porter.com). These also happens to be the exact version Drake is wearing, but in black.