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Mykita opens a new store in Munich city centre

Mykita opens its newest shop a stone’s throw away from the popular, high-end shopping district on Maximilianstraße. Housed in a heritage-listed corner location formerly used as a gallery space, the shop presents the clear design language and handcrafted eyewear collections from Mykita in a welcoming atmosphere where historical elements meet one-off furnishings and modern accents.

Mikita and Leika combine their knowhow

Mykita and Leica announce their collaboration between two industry leaders of German engineering, design and quality made in Germany – a partnership defined by its shared commitment to holistic product development, pioneering technology and precision craftsmanship. The joint enterprise launches with a debut collection of sunglasses set to raise the bar for high end functional

Facial adornment has a highly expressive nature

Facial jewellery introduces a fresh direction for statement-making accessories, exploring new terrain beyond piercing and chokers. While the neck, ears, hands and fingers may already be occupied territory on the jewellery scene, the face itself re- mains only partially explored. From subtly accentuating features to radically changing the focal point in the face, facial adornment

Mykita opens a brand store in Bangkok

Mykita opens the doors to its long-awaited brand store in the Thai capital. Situated in the Sindhorn village development in the city’s cosmopolitan Pathum Wan district, the Mykita Shop Bangkok brings the clear design language, handcrafted products and high-tech aesthetic of the Berlin-based global eyewear brand to one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic and vibrant

A flamboyant Seventies look

Greman brand Mykita introduces a striking new concept dominated by extra thick lenses with bevelled edges in dreamy colours: Mykita Studio 10. With its accentuated butterfly shape, oversize Studio 10.2 is pure glam. Studio 10.1 is a slightly smaller, angled cat-eye form with a more understated look. The barely visible construction makes the four-millimetre-thick lenses

Mykita wins the Red Dot Design Award

The Acetate Rings concept of the Mykita Lite collection relies on a meticulous, multi-step process whereby slender acetate loops are precision-milled and fitted inside closed 0.6-milli- metre thin stainless steel rims. The mixed material construction and its aesthetic convinced members of the Red Dot Design jury, who named optical model Elgards a winner in the