MYKITA is an eyewear manufacturer based in Berlin, Germany, known internationally for its hand- made prescription frames and sunglasses.

The company was founded by Moritz Krueger, Philipp Haffmans, Daniel Haffmans and Harald Gottschling in 2003. All of its products are hand-made in their laboratory in Berlin. The name MYKITA is derived from "Kita" (a common abbreviation for Kindertagesst├Ątte) and is a reference to the firm's first premises in a former day nursery. MYKITA has its own stores in cities such as Berlin, Paris, Monterrey, Vienna, Zurich and Tokyo, and its products are sold in over 60 countries.

 

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The Mykita designers have become recognised not only for their style but also for their remakable standard of craftsmanship. Their metal frames are etched from a surgical grade stainless steel sheet before being folded into shape. The innovative design of simple plug connections instead of traditional hinges have made soldered joints and screws obsolete in their frame making process

 

The majority of the colours featured in the MYKITA collection are applied with a PVD finish - a unique vacuum-heat process that guarantees a non-oxidizing highly wear-resistant surface.

A one piece construction is incredibly strong. There are no solders which are usually to be considered weak areas in spectacle frames

The Mykita frames are hand made and each model takes many hours to produce
Each frame is manufactured with passion, is designed to last many years, providing a comfortable fit and looks incredible.