Jeff Goldblum Glasses

Identifying the Range of Glasses worn by Esteemed Actor Jeff Goldblum

As one of the most loved American Actors, Musicians, and fashion icons Jeff Goldblum has the whole package when it comes to either his rich acting career staring in such blockbuster movies as Jurassic Park and Independence Day or his impressive musical talents having released multiple albums with The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. One of the most interesting features of Goldblum is his distinctive style and electric tastes in fashion and eyewear. It’s increasingly rare to ever see Goldblum without a pair of glasses on his face and over this 40+ year career in the spotlight, he’s worn a wide variety of different eyewear brands and styles. In this article, we’re going to take a look at Goldblum’s impressive collection of eyewear and take a deep dive into identifying the different brands of models he has worn over his successful career.

Jeff answers the web’s most pressing questions – wearing a pair of JMM Glasses.

Jeff Goldblum Glasses: A Collab with the Best 

The collaboration between Goldblum and Jacques Marie Mage resulted in a collection of limited-edition eyewear, which was released in 2019. The collection features a range of vintage-inspired frames, with each style named after a different character that Goldblum has played throughout his career. The frames are made from high-quality materials, such as titanium and acetate, and feature intricate details and unique color combinations. The collaboration was highly anticipated by both fashion and film enthusiasts and has become a sought-after collection in the world of luxury eyewear.

Jacques Marie Mage (often abbreviated to JMM) is one of the hottest eyewear designers in modern times. Designed in California and handmade by the finest artisans in Japan, the brand develops vintage-inspired eyewear drawing inspiration from the greats of the past and the history of design itself (whether its Art Deco or the American West). Dealing solely in limited edition eyewear, every spectacle in their range is only made in limited quantities which also provides rarity and new glasses can be sold out in a matter of hours.  Jacques Marie Mage has gone on to become the most sort after eyewear brand and has been seen gracing the faces of such celebrities as Samuel L. Jackson, Kendall Roy, and of course Jeff Goldblum. 

The picture above shows Goldblum wearing a pair of Jacques Marie Mage 1962 Sunglasses first designed and produced around 2017. The photo was taken directly from Goldblums Instagram from a trip to Venice in 2018. It perfectly showcases that mid-century Italian look as Golblum pairs it with a tan blazer and Hawaiian-inspired shirt. These 1962 Sunglasses are quite the sheer away from the direction of glasses Goldblum usually favors. Goldblum usually prefers a bold angular frame with a preference for Wayfarer-inspired glasses. These glasses are by far the most unique and eccentric sunglasses Goldblum has ever worn. As with the limited nature of JMM Glasses, these are no longer available to purchase but can be found on the second-hand market for prices upwards of $800.00

A more frequently worn pair of glasses worn by Goldblum is the Jacques Marie Mage Yves model. These are more in line with what Goldblum has typically worn throughout his career and feature large acetate frames with bold rims, toeing the line between a normal and oversized look. He has been seen wearing these glasses in many instances, but most notably in a fashion shoot and interview with Vanify Fair (see image below). These glasses, again, are no longer produced by JMM but similar styles can be found on their official website here

Image Curosity of Vanity Fair, 2018.

Jeff Goldblum: Before Jacques Marie Mage

As Jacques Marie Mage (JMM) was only founded in 2014 we wanted to take a look back at the frames of choice before he collaborated with the brand. Whether it shots in public, on the red carpet, or throughout his rich film career, Goldberg has worn a huge variety of different glasses which we’ll discuss in terms below. 

In the film Independence Day (1996) Goldblum can be seen wearing a pair of Oliver Peoples Finley Glasses. Oliver Peoples are one of the more popular brands of eyewear on the market and have been around since 1987. These glasses feature small oval frames and have been the flagship model of Oliver Peoples with many celebrities rocking the glasses including Robert Downey Junior, Steve Carell, and Kevin Costner. Goldblum’s pair is seen to be in the tortoiseshell colorway which is still available to purchase through their official website here. 

Jeff Goldblum in the Film Independence Day (1996)

Another popular pair of specs worn by Goldblum is the Moscot LEMTOSH Glasses. This New York-based brand produces some of the highest quality eyewear in all of North America. In true Goldblum style, these glasses are in a similar design to what it is most famed for wearing with thick-rimmed round acetate frames. What’s most interesting about these glasses is their distinctive colorway with the frames being a half-transparent white with black accents across the top. Lemtosh isn’t a cheap brand, but these glasses are still available to purchase for a price tag of $320.00

Rocking a pair of Moscot Lemosh Glasses

Further back in this career, Goldblum can be seen wearing the below glasses in the classic film Jurassic Park (1993). These glasses have been quite hard to identify due to the lack of information available on the internet and the common design of the frames. The style of these glasses is quite different from what we’re used to seeing Goldblum wearing today with a thinner frame and more rectangular lens. They have a similar look to Ray-Ban Lucite Glasses which are a potential option simply due to the popularity of Ray-Ban glasses at the time. Another potential option is Oliver Peoples Denison Glasses. As we know Goldblum has worn many pairs of Oliver Peoples over the years and these frames match up with the timeframe in which they were produced. But unfortunately, with this specific pair, we can’t be 100% certain as to their exact brand.

Goldblum’s Glasses in Jurassic Park (1993)