Mykita Mylon Debuts Optical Styles
|February 26, 2013 12:24 AM
Quick Take: After the successful launch of the first eyewear collection in the world made of the patented material Mylon won Mykita the iF Material Awards in 2011, further work with the material spurred the development of the first Mykita Mylon optical line.
Specifics: Five new optical styles available in British racing green, imperial purple and ocean blue.
Selling Points: The characteristics of Mylon are made for everyday wear – it is extremely light, it can be individually adapted and is extremely comfortable. The aim of the optical line’s design process was to make all of the models as lightweight as possible. The resulting ophthalmic frames are characterized by a minimal rim thickness, while staying true to the sporty character of the first Mykita Mylon collection. The Pelot and Basky interpret the traditional round and oval-round panto shape. The Pantara continues the sporty and futuristic look of the Mykita Mylon collection and translates the previous Mylon aesthetic into the new correction collection. The Phoenix and Pluto are available as both sun and optical frames, both modern and classic at the same time, both glasses combine the advantages of a lightweight, flexibly adaptable correction frame for every day with all the necessary features of sports glasses.
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