With a combination of modern manufacturing craft, historical forms and a building creates an optical illusion, BRADFIELD – the latest addition to the collection MYKITA / Damir Doma – port the series of patterns in a new dimension.
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In BRADFIELD they seem to lurk two glasses in one. Only going to see up close, the complex building turns out to be a trompe l’oeil: a faceplate, a classic pantos form in stainless steel with a thickness of only 5 mm, it is combined with a geometric shape round. Pince-nez glasses inspired by the late nineteenth century, the round lenses are like He suspended in front of the front. The trompe l’oeil effect is enhanced by the visual reminder of the lenses Sunglasses applicable, typical of the 80s.
The complexity of the frame is in this case an illusion: following the principle design of MYKITA, the front of the eyeglasses is folded by hand to 180 degrees in various steps starting from a two-dimensional surface, then put in shape and inserted into the outer frame with the help of a special carving – a real tribute to crafts manufacturing.
The perfectly round shape – an aesthetic element appellant in the collection MYKITA /Damir Doma – combined with classic eyewear pantos creates a completely original look that evokes style retro-futuristic steampunk.
BRADFIELD is proposed in the color combinations Silver / Black with black-gray lenses, Gold / Forest Green with green lenses and Silver / Grey Cinerous with silver mirrored lenses.
The model will be available from June 2015 in all MYKITA Shop, online www.mykitadamirdoma.com, the flagship store of Damir Doma and at optical shops and fashion stores selected.
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