Our tour began here, where completely flat, 3.5-mm sheets full of the brand’s metal frames first arrive at the production facility from Mykita’s manufacturer. The staffers in this room are in charge of punching them out, doing a quality check, and giving them their final shape. “We call this room ‘the front desk,’ because it’s all about the front of the frames,” says Thamm.
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Our tour began here, where completely flat, 3.5-mm sheets full of the brand’s metal frames first arrive at the production facility from Mykita’s manufacturer. The staffers in this room are in charge of punching them out, doing a quality check, and giving them their final shape. “We call this room ‘the front desk,’ because it’s all about the front of the frames,” says Thamm.