You’d think Mykita glasses are from Japan, but the brand is actually based in Berlin. Launched in 2004, this eyewear collection is the fruit of two of the industry’s most innovative designers, Philipp Haffmans and Harald Gottschling. They are the gold standard in aesthetic and technical creativity.

From its first collection in 2004, Mykita has made an impression with innovative metal frames that feature an exclusive hinge without screws or welding. The parts that make up Mykita glasses are cut from a fine sheet of surgical steel and then shaped manually.

The Mykita universe is a mixture of industrial design and poetic elegance, combining explicit references to functional design trends and a luxury approach to eyewear.

Note that La Zone Optique carries exclusive collaborations with Maison Martin Margiela, Damir Doma and Mylon,