The Moscot name has been synonymous with outstanding eyewear for over a century -- and the family-owned business that started out of a pushcart in Manhattan's Lower East Side continues to create some of the best sunglasses in the world. To introduce the historic brand to a new generation, Moscot hooked up with a few well-respected brands. Among those are Common Projects, who took the same design sense used on its signature minimal sneakers to create the Type One sunglasses with a matte black finish and modern lines. With an appreciation for timeless design and independent style, Moscot chose Uncrate to help resurrect the Ipish, a pair of bold, square frames made of jet black acetate with black hinges and rivets. Vancouver's Wings + Horns' focus on simplicity and precision is exemplified in the classic Miltzen frames, updated with a folding design and G15 lenses.
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.