French designer Romain Kremer  brought his risk taking design aesthetic to the table in a collaborative effort with German eyewear label Mykita. “The ROMAIN frame is cut out of 0.5 mm stainless steel and features metal shutters. The design borrows cues from traditional Inuit eyewear, which was designed solely to provide protection from dazzling sunlight and did not have conventional lenses. The very graphic and square-edged frame is inspired by the collection’s leitmotiv of protection and is reminiscent of war face paint.”  Two colorways will be available this November.

More views of the Romain Kremer for Mykita Spring/Summer 2010 Sunglasses at Selectism.

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