January Jones, Giving Serious Fashion Goals In Mykita!

January Jones, the Mad Men star has been in a holiday mood and she seemed to channel the fifties glamour with Mykita Dash Sunglasses from Decades Collection

After being nominated for the Emmy and two Golden Globe for Mad Men, January Jones has been a favourite spot for fashion stalkers on social media. The American actress and model is best known for playing various roles in Mad Men, American Wedding, We are Marshall, Seeking Justice, X-men: First Class, The Last Man On Earth and more.

Jones was ranked No. 82 on the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2002. She appeared on the cover of “The Hot Issue” of British GQ magazine in May 2009. She appeared on the cover of the November 2009 issue of American GQ magazine, and has been a ‘topic’ in the magazine several times.

January Jones in Mykita

Apart from her brilliant acting and modeling career, Jones is one of the most followed actors on Instagram and certainly knows how to dress up well for every occasion. She seemed to channel into the fifties literally with her halter neck dress and Mykita’s Dash sunglasses.

Mykita Dash Sunglasses

The Mykita Dash sunglasses are the ‘contemporary classics’ with its own colour and design concept linking modern technology with classic forms. The lightweight stainless steel frames and their matt acetate counterpart appear as a silhouette of their historic predecessor and, in combination with the modern frame colours, make a conscious break from the classic form.

Dash by Mykita

The brand is a modern manufactory that combines precision craftsmanship with new technologies. 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.


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