After debuting at the Fall/Winter 2019 runway show in Taiwan earlier this year, Necessity Sense’s sunglasses collection with German eyewear brand MYKITA has dropped. The brands introduce two new eyewear styles, the “Mizuho” and “Kaito,” which were inspired by Asia’s 80s and 90s indie film era.
Boasting a subtle cat-eye silhouette, the Mizuho is informed by dark blue lenses, gold detailing and a durable stainless steel structure. Staying in line with this retro aesthetic, the Kaito boasts rectangular lenses in a light blue color, with Necessity Sense’s scripted logo printed in the corner. MYKITA’s hingeless, one-piece design offers a sleek and minimalist look that blends with Necessity Sense’s vintage aesthetic. To celebrate and display the collaborative Fall/Winter 2019 collection, Necessity Sense created a piece of installation artwork and a series of advertisements for MYKITA’s Taipei flagship.
Head over to Necessity Sense’s website to shop the Fall/Winter 2019 collection now. Retailing for $506 USD each, the sunglasses are also available at Necessity Sense’s in-store locations and MYKITA’s Taipei flagship.
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