Mykita Eyewear style Dries. Mykita - a hot name in luxury eyewear. Mykita's acetate collection plays heavily with frame forms. Mykita’s design team is constantly performing variations, incorporating fuller-bodied forms working in three dimensions, like a sculptor with cellulose acetate. This refined new collection is the quintessence of the Mykita style and branding philosophy. Mykita’s design team draws heavily on natural sources of inspiration, as well as contouring cues from the latest developments in industrial design, in particular from aerodynamic and automotive styling. What distinguishes this pioneering team’s approach to design is their belief in the compatibility of technical innovation and classic elegance. Fueled by a visionary approach and experience in the world of design enables them to create the kinds of new concepts and designs that have made Mykita a worldwide success on the luxury eyewear market. The new acetate - a stylistic device that also makes the frame instantly recognizable for Mykita connoisseurs.
This frame is black made from acetate featuring a newly developed remarkably elegant and intelligent resilient screw-less hinge system made of 0.8 mm flat sheet metal using a new technique - metal injection molding. Putting your glasses on is now extremely comfortable and easy due to the practical flex-hinge effect.
The lenses can be made in prescription or non-prescription by us or your local optical boutique for an additional charge.
Mykita Eyewear is designed and hand-made in Berlin Germany.
This frame comes with an authentic Mykita eyeglass case, a cleaning cloth and cleaning spray.
Eyewear advice is available from our professional frame stylist with our Personalized Service.
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