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The Story

MYKITA’s in-house workshop in Berlin has been supplying hand-assembled eyewear for the high-end segment since 2003. The creative core behind the brand are its four founders Moritz Krueger, Philipp Haffmans, Daniel Haffmans and Harald Gottschling.
A clear design signature coupled with excellent product quality and a huge potential for innovation have helped make MYKITA a major name on the international eyewear market. MYKITA’s patented hinge concepts have given the brand a unique identity. The frame designs are avant-garde, individual and unmistakable thanks to their clear handwriting. A key factor in the company’s success is its integrated business philosophy.It is lived and fostered in all areas. All steps are united under a single roof at the MYKITA HQ in the heart of Berlin. The dedicated workshop combines cutting-edge materials with high-tech component production and traditional hand assembly. The name MYKITA is derived from “Kita” (a common abbreviation for Kindertagesstätte) and is a reference to the firm’s first premises in a former day nursery.


MYKITA made its debut on the eyewear market with COLLECTION NO1. This metal frame collection boasts not only innovative and functional design, but also MYKITA’s patented hinge that removes the need for awkward screws and soldering.The individual frame elements are cut out of thin stainless sheet steel before being manually shaped in a series of separate steps.


COLLECTION NO2 is a collection made from voluminous acetate with a newly developed and patented hinge concept based on the innovative Metal Injection Moulding process. The sophisticated look resulting from this new technique comprises the signature identity of MYKITA: a symbiosis of perfected form and functionality.


After years of experience in pioneering product design, technical innovation and research MYKITA introduced MYLON in 2010. This material is a polyamide for which a patented surface treatment was developed, and that can be moulded into any shape desired.A technique known as Selective Laser Sintering enables the realisation of three-dimensional structures without the form-related limitations of conventional injection moulding tools. MYLON boasts unlimited design options, its remarkable lightness translating into unmatched wearability – however large the frame. In addition, the material’s thermal adaptability means the frames are fully adjustable.

Collaborative ventures with avant-garde designers such as Bernhard Willhelm or Alexandre Herchcovitch have seen MYKITA appearing on international catwalks and become an established feature of the fashion world.