MYKITA STUDIO represents the creative core of the modern manufactory. The eponymously named eyewear line is a showcase for high-fashion concepts – uncompromising designs that reflect the aesthetic zeitgeist. Conceived as a design series, each new instalment starts with a clean slate. With no existing restraints or commitments MYKITA STUDIO illustrates a moment in time. A central idea pursued to its consequent, physical manifestation.


Evoking optical illusion art from the Sixties, the STUDIO 6 concept is inspired by advancements in surface treatment technology. A precision etching process enables the ultra-fine lines that follow the exact contour of the frame creating the 3D graphic pattern. Metallic tones combined with matt solid colours emphasise the psychedelic effect.


Oversize lenses in all colours of the rainbow – STUDIO 7 brings light-filled vibes and a flower power ambiance. Understated and perfectly proportioned, the archetypal shapes in the slender MYKITA stainless steel construction play a supporting role to the respective mood of the sheer, candy-coloured lenses.


Optical models that explore the radical in reduction. Fashioned from thin stainless steel sheets, the impossibly slender frames receive a thick powder-coat, making the flat surface convex. In sunny powder pastels or a dark mineral patina, the pure shapes assume the respective mood of the monochromatic colourways. Perfectly flush temple ends that appear as though dipped in liquid acetate reveal the passion for minute details.


The fourth concept introduces a fun sense of style. Inspired by a modular mode of construction, the collection comprises three bold stainless steel shapes: the cat-like 4.1, the squared 4.2 and the round 4.3. Each model is segmented into three separate yet harmonising colours that have been meticulously hand-lacquered on both the inside and outside of the frame. Posh that is playful.


A split-screen design deconstructs the traditional sunglasses structure. The divide separating a solid and mirrored surface runs straight across both the stainless steel frame and tinted lens. This geometric overlay finish transforms the classic appearance of the oversized round and panto-shaped models into a radical, graphic statement.


Art deco meets functionalism for an aesthetic evoking the Fritz Lang classic. The models are characterised by a strong graphic look where fine, repetitive horizontal lines join perfectly round lenses in a paper-thin, stainless steel frame. Sleek mono or two-tone colourways accentuate the two-dimensional quality of the sunglasses.
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