The Definitive 2014 Golden Globes Eyewear Ranking

Matt Damon was “the garbage man who didn’t bring his glasses,” but these folks — especially the men — sure got the memo.

23. Rico Rodriguez and Ed O’Neill had a Modern look about them.

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22. Bruce Dern didn’t miss a thing.

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21. Don Cheadle’s glasses helped the House of Lies actor see things truthfully.

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20. T-Bone Burnett and Joel Coen had eyes on everyone.

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19. Jack Antonoff had a fun. perspective.

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18. Dianne Wiest had no illusions about her sunglasses.

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17. Six degrees of Kevin Bacon eyewear were in full effect.

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16. It was another trip around the awards show circuit for Robert Redford.

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15. Diddy saw the awards show in a whole different way.

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He had a really good time.

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14. And James Spader’s specs helped him see his competition clearly.

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13. Everyone wanted to see the world through Bono-tinted glasses.

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12. Meryl Streep had gracious eyes for Amy Adams after Adams beat her.

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11. Johnny Depp doubled up with his ’90s heartthrob/’00s hipster ensemble look.

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He seriously looked like every ’90s heartthrob.

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10. Vince Gilligan had a pretty sweet view from the top.

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9. Christoph Waltz’s glasses had some stiff upper lip competition for best accessory.

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8. Speaking of pony-buns, Shannon Leto came equipped with supporting lenses.

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7. David O. Russell’s dignified director eyewear really framed the situation.

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6. Steve McQueen’s retro chic gave his best movie win some perspective.

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5. Diane Keaton looked to the past.

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She reflected on Woody Allen’s career while presenting him with his lifetime achievement award. His family also reacted to the award.

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4. Martin Scorsese won the award for tiniest man with the biggest glasses.

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h/t Tina and Amy.

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3. Julia Louis-Dreyfus saw an opportunity to make a new friend in Lupita Nyong’o.

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She also engaged in some possibly shady behavior.

Louis-Dreyfus and Reese Witherspoon were definitely among the show’s best moments.

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2. We were so very pleased to see Michael Fassbender.

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1. Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Stephanie Beatriz came with a spec-tacular accessory.

Stephanie Beatriz in glasses.

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