Bridging the gap between fashion and sports, MYLON is made using a 3D printing technique called Selective Laser Sintering. The frames are exceptionally light, durable and adaptable.
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Mykita - Handmade in Berlin
A constant search for innovation, the visionary use of materials and a wealth of experience in eyewear design are the defining elements behind MYKITA’s collections. A key factor in the company’s success is its holistic business philosophy, which brings together expertise from all disciplines under a single roof, the MYKITA HAUS. It thrives on the power of a self-contained network that enables interdisciplinary research and the transfer of technologies. This all-encompassing mentality is also reflected in the MYKITA SReed; the unique retail concept unites the firm’s own design principles with optical precision made in Germany.
Bridging the gap between fashion and sports, MYLON is made using a 3D printing technique called Selective Laser Sintering. The frames are exceptionally light, durable and adaptable. Made of a novel mix of stainless steel and matt laser sintered MYLON, the HYBRID line delivers an ultra modern and refined aesthetic. All MYKITA MYLON sunglasses are fitted with lenses from optical specialist Zeiss, providing total protection from UV rays and maximum glare control.
Mykita & Bernhard Willhelm
Bernhard Willhelm entertainer and enfant terrible: fashion designer Bernhard Willhelm is a little bit of both. MYKITA and the Paris- and L.A. based designer collaborate since 2009. From sun visor to coloured gradient lenses or eighties-style aviator frames – just as the fashion designs of Bernhard Willhelm, these models blend innovative designs and cues from the world of contemporary culture to form independent creations.
Mykita Focus - Sunglasses
Size & Fit
Temple length - 145 mm
Lens width - 50 mm
Nose bridge length - 24 mm