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Brief Published: 28 Apr 2011

Mykita x Bernhard Wilhelm S/S 2011


For Spring/Summer 2011, German contemporary sunglasses brand Mykita has teamed up with cutting-edge fashion designer Bernhard Willhelm to create a limited edition series of sunglasses.

Using Mykita's patented technology, the frames are made of Mylon – a plastic that reacts to heat, enabling the sunglasses to thermally mould to the shape of your face. They come in three styles: Jacques-Yves in pink, Frederic in black, and Philippe in asphalt grey – all incorporating a bold, goggle-like aesthetic.

The sunglasses are available to purchase at any of Mykita's flagship stores and selected international retailers, including Opening Ceremony in New York and Los Angeles, Punto Ottico in Milan, and Tsum in Moscow.