Jeremy Scott

The brand aims to strengthen our deep connection with the artistic world through several collaborations with fashion designers that share the same values. The partnership with Jeremy Scott perfectly embodies this mindset and resulted in the creation of sunglasses that effortlessly reflect the DNA of both brands: two fashion labels with a strong aesthetic vision based on provocation, singularity and extravaganza. United by eccentric design and the use of bold colors and shapes to create artsy and conceptual styles, the brands aligned in the creation and subsequent launch of the re-edition of the iconic Asymmetrical frame and a newly co-designed frame. Both debuted during Jeremy Scott's resort 2017 runaway show at New York Fashion Week 2016.

"To see.
To be seen."

Patronage

Dedicated to sight-related causes, alain mikli promotes the growth of cultural awareness to make the visual arts more accessible to those with visual impairments.

The great affiliation that the brand has with art and our particular industry encouraged mikli to open a window to the visual world for the impaired, enabling them to enjoy a sensory experience of unmatched intensity. This is made possible by the creation of several layers of cellulose engraved by innovative machines that carve the acetate plates to varying depths.

The brand first aligned with photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand to transform his majestic aerial views so that a blind person could experience them. Shortly after this exhibit, alain mikli collaborated for a series of different projects following this innovative approach. The exhibitions were held in different locations, including the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Muse?e des Arts et Me?tiers and they still continue today at the Quai Branly Museum.

Jeremy Scott

The brand aims to strengthen our deep connection with the artistic world through several collaborations with fashion designers that share the same values. The partnership with Jeremy Scott perfectly embodies this mindset and resulted in the creation of sunglasses that effortlessly reflect the DNA of both brands: two fashion labels with a strong aesthetic vision based on provocation, singularity and extravaganza. United by eccentric design and the use of bold colors and shapes to create artsy and conceptual styles, the brands aligned in the creation and subsequent launch of the re-edition of the iconic Asymmetrical frame and a newly co-designed frame. Both debuted during Jeremy Scott's resort 2017 runaway show at New York Fashion Week 2016.

"To see.
To be seen."

Patronage

Dedicated to sight-related causes, alain mikli promotes the growth of cultural awareness to make the visual arts more accessible to those with visual impairments.

The great affiliation that the brand has with art and our particular industry encouraged mikli to open a window to the visual world for the impaired, enabling them to enjoy a sensory experience of unmatched intensity. This is made possible by the creation of several layers of cellulose engraved by innovative machines that carve the acetate plates to varying depths.

The brand first aligned with photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand to transform his majestic aerial views so that a blind person could experience them. Shortly after this exhibit, alain mikli collaborated for a series of different projects following this innovative approach. The exhibitions were held in different locations, including the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Muse?e des Arts et Me?tiers and they still continue today at the Quai Branly Museum.