A Scuptural Evolution

The aesthetic of the MYKITA/Damir Doma collection is all about visible construction and a progressive use of materials. The well-known aviator shape is given an avant-garde makeover, propelling this classic into modern times and providing a foundation for the design language of the DD1 series.

The properties of acetate, a voluminous material composed of cotton and coloured pigments, are shown to their full effect in DD1.4, the second instalment of the MYKITA/Damir Doma DD1 series. Clever use of the material achieves a sculptural look. The delicately rounded contours, which seem to overlap in the front part of the frame, are a subtle reference to the signature layering in Doma’s designs.

Drawing inspiration from the colour palette of Damir Doma’s autumn/winter 2014-15 collections, the MYKITA/Damir Doma DD1.4 comes in three colourways, Black fitted with black lenses, Chocolate Chips with brown lenses and the transparent Limpid with mirrored Misty Green lenses.

All MYKITA/Damir Doma frames are fitted with tinted lenses from the German manufacturer Zeiss.