CATE BLANCHETT WEARS MYKITA STUDIO 14.2

CATE BLANCHETT WEARS MYKITA STUDIO 14.2

This fresh take on the aviator and navigator silhouette offers flowing lines and a terrazzo surface pattern in metallic tones with a soaring style.

The Australian actress was spotted wearing MYKITA STUDIO 14.2 at Cannes Film Festival during the “Women in Motion” talk addressing diversity in the film industry.

The frame is a fresh take on the aviator silhouette offering flowing lines and a terrazzo surface pattern. Signature stainless steel artistry from the MYKITA HAUS – STUDIO 14 is a capsule collection of airy and lightweight optical frames. Side pieces with rounded edges give a subtle nod to aerodynamic aesthetics.

MYKITA STUDIO 14 – NOUVELLE AVIATION

Our unique terrazzo surface pattern with semi-etched speckles was made using a combination of high-tech surface treatments and hand-lacquering techniques. The lens blanks in Gloomy Grey show our design studio’s styling recommendation for prescription lenses with that extra touch.

COLLECTION

Two different shapes in three different colourways: STUDIO 14.1 is the navigator shape; STUDIO 14.2 has the drop shape associated with classic aviators. The metallic colourways include gold, silver, and copper options, each with the distinctive speckled ‘terrazzo’ surface visible both on the frame front and temples. Standout yet understated; this capsule collection is signature MYKITA design.

ESSENTIALS

  • Distinctive design concept for optical frames
  • Unique surface pattern
  • Sophisticated metallic colourways
  • Silicone components for secure fit
  • Medical grade stainless steel made from 90% recycled content
  • Handcrafted quality from the MYKITA HAUS in Berlin

ABOUT MYKITA

Established in 2003, MYKITA takes an independent approach to eyewear design and production, bringing together all departments under one roof to form the Modern Manufactory. At the MYKITA HAUS in Berlin, the team sees the product through every stage, from conception to the shop floor. The unmistakable MYKITA aesthetic demon- strates integrity towards materials and construction, as well as the individual artistry of the craftsmen.

Founded by creative director Moritz Krueger, MYKITA is committed to a responsibility strategy encompassing environmental and social aspects to reduce the footprint of its products and entire operation. In addition to its own shops in cities across the globe, including Los Angeles, New York, Berlin and Tokyo, MYKITA is available at selected optical and fashion stores in over 80 countries.

MYKITA GmbH,
Ritterstraße 9,
10969 Berlin, Germany.

Tel: +49 30 20456645,
Fax: +49 30 20456644,
Email: mail@mykita.com.

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