Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Golden Globes Eyewear

Did anyone else notice the prevalence of eyewear at the Golden Globes? There were the usual suspects--Martin Scorsese, Meryl Streep and Bono--but there was also a slew of Hollywoodians who clearly opted for heavy frames over contact lenses. Let's go through the roster.

1. Robert Redford and David O. Russell: Not only does Russell look like Redford's Westchester-born and bred cousin, but both wore glasses that shouted "I'm an effing Hollywood intellectual."


Image via LA Times

2. P. Diddy and Bono would be wearing sunglasses indoors, if only to assert their respective rock star/hip hop mogul images amidst a crowd of actors, writers and directors. Neither is wearing transitional frames, so thank god for that. (Related: we could all take some cues on how to wear a beanie from The Edge.)

Image via Vanity Fair

3. Diane Keaton's glasses are a natural addition to the rest of her look, so aren't very noteworthy. And since we can't really talk about Diane Keaton at the Golden Globes without discussing her suit, we should just be thankful that she isn't wearing one of those thick belt-full skirt ensembles from Because I Said So, or her 2004 Golden Globes outfit.



4. Johnny Depp once again proved not only that his looks get better with age, but that a pair of thick frames can make an already gorgeous man ten times more swoon-worthy. Hot teacher alert.



5. Stephanie Beatriz of Brooklyn Nine-Nine was a serious offender in the eyewear category. Compared with Diane Keaton, Beatriz's glasses looked out of place and did nothing for the rest of her outfit. Wow, brutal. Do you think she's trying to be ironic?

Image via Twitter
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