Eyewear at the Oscars and Golden Globes 2020

Having shown off some quirky square shaped frames with red lenses at the Golden Globes, the rock star who collects frames (especially Gucci) went one better at the Oscars, opting for a very glamorous sparkly pink pair.


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Spike Lee at the Oscars

For the 92nd Academy Awards ceremony, film director Spike Lee wore a purple Gucci suit embroidered with the number 24 in tribute to Kobe Bryant. Accessorizing his outfit with spectacles the same color (designed and manufactured by Jaques Durand) was also a great idea.


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© Pedro Almódovar

Pedro Almódovar at the Oscars

You can’t go far wrong in a black suit and sunglasses, which is exactly what the Spanish director opted for, going almost incognito at the Oscars.



© Joaquin Phoenix

Joaquin Phoenix at the Oscars

He won the Oscar for Best Actor for his role in Joker, but also deserved an award for his stylish black glasses and bow tie combo. He commanded respect at the Golden Globes as well, walking the red carpet in Garrett Leight Ace sunglasses.



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Bong Joon-Ho at the Oscars

Picking up prize after prize for his Parasite film, including the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, the Golden Globe for best foreign language film and four Oscars, the South Korean director and screenwriter reached for his slightly quirky ‘geek’ glasses at every opportunity.


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'PARASITOS' ha hecho historia convirtiéndose en la primera película de habla no inglesa en ganar el premio gordo; el OSCAR A LA MEJOR PELÍCULA. La Academia de Hollywood también ha premiado a la cinta surcoreana en otras tres categorías; mejor dirección, mejor guion original y mejor película internacional ('Dolor y Gloria' se ha vuelto a casa de vacío al igual que 'Klaus'). Ya lo vaticinábamos en la víspera. En las últimas semanas, 'Parásitos' había ido ganando enteros en la lucha por los máximos galardones pero, lo que no esperábamos, era este sorpasso en la categoría principal. Lo sentimos por '1917', pero nos alegramos muchísimo por este peliculón escrito y dirigido por Bong Joon-Ho que habla de la desigualdad de clases de forma magistral combinando brillantemente distintos géneros; empieza por la comedia costumbrista pasando por el thriller y termina en el drama más absoluto. ¡Y qué decir de las interpretaciones de todo su elenco!. Sensacionales. Por otra parte y, como se esperaba -aquí no ha habido lugar para las sorpresas- Renée Zellweger se ha alzado con el Oscar a Mejor Actriz y, Joaquin Phoenix, con el premio a Mejor Actor. Brad Pitt se ha llevado el Oscar a mejor actor de reparto y, Laura Dern, el de mejor actriz de reparto. #parasitos #bongjoonho #oscarmejorpelicula #antoniobanderas #oscars #oscars2020 #dolorygloria #painandglory #cine #mejorpeliculainternacional #pedroalmodovar #almodovar #elteatreroaldoruiz #aldoruiz #elteatrero #blogger #blog #teatro #parasite #parasites #korea #joaquinphoenix #joker #judy #reneezellweger #judygarland #bradpitt #lauradern

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Patricia Arquette at the Golden Globes

Delivering her speech at the Golden Globes, Patricia Arquette attracted almost as much attention for her thick rimmed blue and beige glasses as she did for her chest.



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Eddie Murphy at the Golden Globes

Like his humor, Eddie Murphy, 58, is aging well… as you can see from his Oscars appearance, combining a velvet tuxedo jacket with a pair of small rectangular sunglasses to stunning effect.



© Brad Pitt

 Brad Pitt at the Golden Globes

Brad Pitt looked impossibly stylish at the Golden Globes, accessorizing his smart white shirt, suit and jacket with Garrett Leight Calabar sunglasses (360 dollars).



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Kathy Bates at the Golden Globes

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Teaming her tuxedo with sparkly earrings and butterfly sunglasses, the great Kathy Bates doesn’t only excel at acting, but lights up the red carpet with her presence.



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Al Pacino at the Golden Globes

The veteran actor from The Irishman is always on trend, as the red carpet-worthy transparent frames he wore to the Golden Globes made clear. His finger firmly on the fashion pulse, he then elected to wear tortoiseshell sunglasses to the Oscars.