New York eyewear specialist Moscot launches in London

The Soho boutique has the full range, with opthalmic or sun-protective lenses

Family-run New York eyewear business Moscot, notable for its robust retro designs, has just opened its first store in Europe – in London’s Soho. The Beak Street boutique (complete with signature papier-mâché heads wearing glasses in the window) carries the full range, and all frames can be made with ophthalmic and sun‑protective lenses. I most like the classic Zetz in ash brown (£220), the geek‑chic round Lemtosh (£220), the bold Zayde, best in Dark Havana tortoiseshell (£220), and the quirky semi-horn-rimmed Aidim (£235).


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