When designers Harald Gottschling, Daniel Haffmans, Philipp Haffmans, and Moritz Krueger debuted Mykita’s first designer glasses collection in 2004, there were some people in the industry who thought it couldn’t get any better than their Collection No. 1 Sun. We’re happy to say we knew they were wrong! When the Mykita No.2 Sun Collection premiered a few years later, we had a lot of fun saying I told you so when the brand came out with beautiful acetate sunglasses that featured a whole new hinge concept.
The Mykita No.2 Sun Collection is just a lot of fun, with its six bold styles and its range of absolutely incredible colors. These are designer sunglasses that don’t bow down to trends – Mykita really nailed it with its second collection of classical sunglasses that will still be hot years or even decades from now. Want to see two of our favorite styles from the Mykita No.2 Sun Collection?
Mykita’s Marc is sure to get you noticed with its bold celeb styling and awesome sun protection.
And at the other end of the spectrum, you have Mykita’s Emanuelle, oversized and elegant sunglasses with a totally timeless look.
All of the sunglasses in the Mykita No.2 Sun Collection come with either gradient, solid, or polarized lenses in various colors – a feature we think makes these shades even cooler. But that’s just our opinion. How do you feel about colored lenses in sunglasses? Is it a lasting trend or one destined to get stale?