The hit film Baby Driver features a motley crew of thugs and thieves that fuel the pulse-pounding movie with testosterone, but the lone woman – Eliza Gonzalez’s “Darling,” further pushes the film’s adrenaline pedal with as much reckless abandon as any of the men she shoots, steals and rides alongside. VIP Fan Auctions is offering key pieces of the femme fatale’s Baby Driver wardrobe – including the Derek Lam designer sunglasses she wears on-screen (see above), as well as the skull mask, trench coat, shirt, skirt and gloves – she wears during the film’s first heist (pictured above). Don’t miss a chance to own a piece of one of the best movies of the year worn by an internationally renowned actress whose star is on the rise. Click here for photos and information on all of the Baby Driver items up for auction – and make your bid today. These auctions end soon!



The final heist in Baby Driver doesn’t quite go as Doc (Kevin Spacey) drew it up, and when the scheme takes a turn, Baby (Ansel Elgort) has to think as fast as he drives. When the chase  moves through an Atlanta gift shop, the gifted getaway driver becomes a quick-change artist, as he throws on a “Welcome to Atlanta” denim jacket and Atlanta baseball cap to disguise himself (and cover up his telltale black-and-gray jacket, pictured above). Even a pair of busted sunglasses can’t slow him down – and VIP Fan Auctions is also offering fans a chance to own the screen-used specs with the missing lens that Baby wore in the chase of his life. Don’t miss a chance to own a piece of the defining movie of the summer! Click here to see all of the available Baby Driver auctions today!




Baby Driver is a high-adrenaline heist movie with a killer soundtrack supplied through the iPod of Ansel Elgort’s “Baby” – the unflappable fast-driving phenomenon with a taste for Queen and rockabilly. The hit film is loaded with stars but it’s the young rising star Elgort (above) who is impossible to ignore, even when sharing the screen with Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx, Jon Hamm and John Bernthal. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering screen-used props from the film, including Baby’s omnipresent white iPod and earbuds (click here for photos and more info) and his sunglasses (click here) from the climactic chase scene. Don’t miss this chance to claim a piece of what is certain to be another classic by filmmaker Edgar Wright. Click here to check out all of the available props from Baby Driver – and take what is yours!



Life on the high seas doesn’t offer much protection from the elements, and the Mediterranean sun can play havoc with a pirate’s vision. While sunscreen wouldn’t be invented until the 1930s, sunglasses were already a fashion statement and a necessity, and the unique pair of shades worn on-screen by the stylish pirate captain Jack Rackham (played by Toby Schmitz) in a first-season episode of Black Sails are currently available to the fan who places the winning bid. While Rackham’s sideburns are more impressive than his fighting skills, it’s his wit, intelligence and style that makes him attractive to his beloved Anne Bonny, who more than makes up for his shortcomings. Click here for more information and photos of the flamboyant pirate’s eyewear (pictured above) – and get in on the bidding for this signature piece of Black Sails today!





It’s not easy to hide bruises and burst blood vessels in your eyes from your mother, especially when you’re a professional boxer. Creed’s Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan) thought he could get away with it by wearing his designer Retrosuperfuture sunglasses when he got home, but Mary Anne Creed (Phylicia Rashad) sees right through the disguise. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the shades he wore during that pivotal scene when he decides to go to Philadelphia to find his father Apollo Creed’s greatest opponent, Rocky Balboa. Click here for more information or to place a bid on a piece of stylish – and functional – movie history from the hit film Creed.




Leonardo da Vinci had a beautiful mind. He blended art with invention and his genius and versatility helped for the prototype for the Renaissance Man. In the Starz series Da Vinci’s Demons, actor Tom Riley brings a sense of fashion and style to Leonardo – as evidenced by the character’s funky sunglasses (pictured above) worn on-screen in the second-season episode “The Voyage of the Damned.” VIP Fan Auctions is now offering Da Vinci’s shades to the fan who wants out stand out in a crowd. Click here for photos, more information or to place a bid on these unique sunglasses straight outta the Renaissance!




Charlie Sheen is a true Hollywood rebel – he looks and acts the part both in life and on-screen – and VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans an opportunity to claim a part of his signature style. The Persol designer sunglasses he wore on-screen (pictured above) in Anger Management are now available to the fan who casts the winning bid. The black shades were hand made in Italy and includes a carrying case and box. Click here for photos and more information – and get in on the bidding today!




You don’t have to go back in time to the ultra-stylish Miramar Playa in 1959 Miami to own a piece of Magic City class. VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans of the series and the era a set of high-class accoutrements worn on-screen by Kelly Lynch’s Meg Bannock – a woman of style, taste, intelligence and tremendous wealth. Her stunning accessories include a pair of tortoise-frame Seraphin “Webster” designer sunglasses (with case), a pair of red-and-black Emissary-200 “BRW” Victory sunglasses, a Mont Blanc “Meisterstruck” pen (with extra ink cartridges) and a stunning ladies’ buckle-clasp watch. Click here to see photos of each of these amazing screen-used items and place your bid today.




The Chicago Code’s Jennifer Beals will be back on television in February when she gist stars on Castle. According to TV Guide, Beals will play “a smart, commanding and sexy CIA operative” named Sophia Conrad. While fans of The Chicago Code would prefer to see her return as Teresa Colvin, VIP Fan Auctions is offering an opportunity to own a piece of the character – and the series –by auctioning off Beals’ screen-worn Guess sunglasses as well as an outfit (and shoes) she wore as Colvin. Check out the details on these and other props and wardrobe items from The Chicago Code – and place your bid today on these pieces of one of the best shows of the year.