Say hello to Mykita’s debut Bangkok flagship store.
German eyewear label Mykita has finally opened its first Bangkok flagship store and it’s definitely up there with the year's most exciting openings.
Located at the newly launched high-end community mall, Velaa Sindhorn Village, the long-awaited opening features a high-tech urban jungle vibe marked by pale green palettes, sleek metal accents and Mykita’s signature white walls where the latest collections are on display.
Head here to get your hands on premium handcrafted eyewear including beautiful designer collab pieces from Martine Rose and Bernhard Willhelm to Maison Martin Margiela. The store also offers a state-of-the-art optical service from its in-house optometrist, courtesy of Zeiss Vision Center.
Founded in Berlin in 2003 by Harald Gottschling, Daniel Haffmans, Philipp Haffmans and Moritz Krüger, Mykita is a luxury eyewear brand best known for its minimal, handcrafted prescription frames and sunglasses with no-screw hingeless design.
In addition to its latest opening in Bangkok (the biggest in Southeast Asia), the label currently has 16 shops worldwide, including Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Los Angeles, Zurich, New York, Paris, Taipei, Tokyo and Vienna.