Mykita & Bernhard Willhelm have fashioned a hybrid sunglasses form a blend of supersized visor coupled with traditional spectacles elements makes the form look like a piece of sporting headwear. This model, which goes by the name of Daisuké, was inspired by the longstanding connection of Bernhard Willhelm to Japan – the country where the creative duo has all their designs made. Daisuké has a narrowbridge that runs from the top edge of the frame down to the middle of the nose, making the wearer’s face almost disappear behind the tinted visor. Daisuké’s frame is made of Mylon. The visor is available in black, green or a gold/reflective and can be bought at all Mykita shops, selected opticians and concept shops.
Here you can find some images from the latest Bernhard Willhelm Show: