Academy Award 2019: let’s see the top glasses of the protagonists

Academy Award 2019: let’s see the top glasses of the protagonists

This year's Oscars ceremony made history for many reasons: from not having had a real host to the many controversies about ethnic inclusion. Different but unforgettable, certainly it has been for Rami Malek, winner of the award for Best Actor for Bohemian Rhapsody and for Lady Gaga winner for the Best Original Song.

If you want to know all the winners of the night click here on the Washington Post article, it will tell you everything.

On the other hand, we want to talk about protagonists that we liked the most. First of all Rami Malek, who in his acceptance speech said: "We made a film about a gay man, an immigrant, who lived his life just unapologetically himself. The fact that I'm celebrating him and this story with you tonight is proof that we're longing for stories like this."

With the hope that this could happen more and more we congratulate Rami, who will surely be able to collect other successes.

Here he is wearing the famous Ray Ban loved by Freddy Mercury.



Before going on stage, Malek gave a passionate kiss to his partner Lucy Boynton. Their love was born on the set of Bohemian Rhapsody and the two young actors are inseparable now, as we can see them walking together on the streets of New York. Lucy, very up to date with the trends of the moment, is wearing a pair of glasses with a transparent frame and shaded lenses, a must-have for the new season.




The love between Rami and Lucy is not the only one.

All the newspapers of the world have been chattering about the possible love born between Lady Gaga, winner of the Oscar for Best Song, and Bradley Cooper.

Gaga fans have hoped for a twist that, fortunately for Irina Shayk, has not been there. The two actors of A star is born enchanted the entire hall with their Shallow performance, while Irina watched the show visibly moved. She and Gaga, as soon as they met, hugged in a big hug, a symbol of the great esteem between the two.


Peace to the hearts of all the fans who were hoping for this love story. On the other hand, Christian Carino - manager and ex mate of Gaga - has stop posting on IG since February 8th. In the latest pic together he was hugging Gaga, always trendy waering oversized black sunglasses, another must-have of the new season. You can discover the new oversize models on



Lady Gaga thanked many people in her speech - she didn’t talk about Carino - especially Bradley, who yesterday appeared very elegant in a black tuxedo.

The director was visibly moved during the performance and the victory of the statue, and appeared to be deeply in love with his wife.

Theirs is a particularly close-knit relationship, look here.






Carrera sunglasses worn by Cooper on several occasions in recent months are very beautiful!

On you can discover all the models of this famous brand!


We leave the gossip and talk about more serious things. We mentioned it before, but never like this year the Academy ceremony was filled with themes such as brotherhood and inclusion.

The Best Film is Green Book, a story of friendship between a virtuoso Afro-American musician and an Italian-American bouncer, a hymn to equality between races.
Along with Viggo Mortensen the co-star of the film is Mahershala Ali, winner of the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. On stage, he appeared with a pair of aviator eyeglasses with a light silver metal frame. On Otticanet you will find the same Ray Ban model here.





Last but not least the volcano Spike Lee. In his speech for BlacKkKansman's victory as Best Non-Original Screenplay, he inflamed the audience inviting people to reflect on the upcoming elections, trying to convince them to choose love and not hatred. It seems that President Donald Trump has not taken it very well.
The director wore a purple outfit to which he combined round glasses of the same color. A model that does not go unnoticed and that was created specifically for Lee.

Check out round models on



So… long live the Black Power!


That’s it, next appointment with the Oscars: February 2020!



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