We remain in the thick of what’s becoming a rather uneventful as well as however foreseeable awards period, and also therefore, we need to hold on to minority points that still joy as well as shock: Awkwafina winning a Golden Globe for her kip down “The Farewell,” “Parasite” making background as the very first international movie to win the DROOP set honor, as well as the sunglasses that appear to be connected to Brian Cox’s face, also when he’s inside your home at these programs.
The “Succession” patriarch took house his very first Golden Globe this year for his efficiency as LoganRoy He has actually both approved awards as well as went to the programs looking cooler than Shiv in a turtleneck, many thanks to a couple of option sets of Garrett Leight sunglasses.
Here he is looking dapper on the Golden Globes red rug in a set of $645Mr Leight Coopers:
Here he remains in a set of Garrett Leight Aces on phase at the Critics’ Choice Awards:
He went also darker lensed for the American Film Institute Awards with a navy-and-red examined fit, our favored appearance of all. Here he is with Rom– emergency room, Kieran Culkin:
And with the remainder of his bearded children:
And, perhaps most significantly, with freaking Phoebe Waller-Bridge as well as Billy Porter and afterwards with Andrew Scott.
Fashion or work? An investigatory record through an e-mail to his supervisor Matthew Lesher discovered us the response.
“He has blue eyes and he’s light-sensitive,” Lesher happily informed HuffPost. “The glasses were from Garrett Leight.”
Dr Anupama Horne, a Duke Health eye doctor, validated in a 2013 post that this description checks out.
“Photophobia, the term used to describe light sensitivity, typically affects people with light eyes because they have less pigmentation in multiple layers of the eye than those with darker eyes,” she claimed. “Because of this, they are unable to block out the effects of harsh lights like sunlight and fluorescent lights.”
According to our very own clinical searchings for, they are additionally simply also great for (the Logan Roy) institution.