Doctors are issued hospital scrubs and cops get guns - so maybe some celebrities think they have an innate right to sunglasses? That's the way it seems according to Socialite Life, who rag on Lindsay for snatching up seven pairs of Ray Bans at a Lucky Magazine event yesterday. Meanwhile, Radar reports that heroine Hayden Panettierre asked for two extra pairs of Prada Luxottica sunglasses on her trip through the Lucky suites, which basically exist to get celebrities photographed with products and / or the magazine logo. And if you've ever wondered why fashion editors have such incredible sunglasses, here's a hint: Safilo, the company that makes most of the luxury shades out there, sends boxes of product to magazine fashion closets in hopes they'll use them on photo shoots. To make sure they do, the glasses are on permanent loan - unlike the clothes, shoes, and bags that PR companies send to magazines daily, the sunglasses never need to be returned. If you're lacking the connections of Hollywood or a major masthead, don't panic: We've found almost 50 pairs of vintage (but never worn) sunglasses online, all for under $20. Bonus: you won't have to worry that Lohan has the same pair.