Mykita: Playing With Expectations

Mykita celebrates playing with mixed materials and colour compositions to create looks that are retro and modern at once

From classic panto shapes to Sixties browline models or experimental round frames, Mykita signifies a broad variety in sunglasses.

With roots in both fifties and seventies style, the experimental aspect of ALASIE comes from wearing this flamboyant, rounded butterfly shape as an optical frame instead of sunglasses as one might expect. YUMA stands for a more traditional appeal. Oval glasses are making a comeback and deservedly so – this is a flattering shape. Slightly larger proportions lend the versatile style a bohemian, feminine flair. With a refined mix of sleek metallic temples and subtly tinted, sheer acetates, both models express a sophistication that is entirely present-day.


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