Notes | January 15, 2021

Mykita x Daiki Tsuneta

The German eyewear brand Mykita and the famous Japanese artist Daiki Tsuneta launched together a limited edition collection of sunglasses with a unique design

words Editorial Staff

In occasion of the opening of the second shop in Japan, Mykita launched a collaboration with the famous Japanese artist Daiki Tsuneta, creating a limited edition collection of sunglasses characterized by a unique design. The collection Mykita x Daiki Tsuneta presents two ultra-thin models in stainless steel with shades of colors combined directly by the artist.
Kayo is the round model, with a lessrim frame and it is proposed in two colors: shiny graphite with stone water acetate nose pads and soft grey solid lenses, and matte silver with details in acetate stone water and cerlean blu solid lenses. 

Lennard, the square model, is available in champagne gold with details in transparent champagne acetate and soft green solid lenses, and in black with black tor-sur-ton acetate details and dark grey solid lenses. 

The multi-disciplinary approach to the design and to the creativity is what brings together the German brand and the Japanese artist. In fact Daiki Tsuneta is famous for his artworks, while Mykita blends the craftsmanship with the recent technologies in order to create new aesthetic visions in the eyewear world.