MCM Eyewear reflects a German legacy of exceptional standards for design and manufacturing, resulting in the youthful couture glasses and sunglasses in this collection. Explore edgy takes on your favorite eyewear styles from Michael Cromer Munich.
MCM (Michael Cromer Munich) makes edgy, unconventional eyewear for women and men. The MCM aesthetic appeals to a youthful audience who refuse to adhere to fashion rules and instead embrace the brand’s predilection for bold, contemporary design. The MCM glasses or sunglasses wearer is at home in the digital landscape and creative to a fault, willing to step outside of conventional style boundaries. The throwback shapes you love—the aviator, cat-eye, clubmaster, and wayfarer—are all represented in the MCM eyewear collection, but in distinctly modern iterations that often result in exaggerated lines and saturated hues that demand attention. Elsewhere you’ll find the flattering rectangle with unexpected style flourishes, popular outsized squares, and geometric shapes in rims that recall signature 1970s eyewear. MCM uses lustrous, lightweight plastic or sleek metal alloy to achieve a line of eyeglasses and sunglasses that feel good on the face, look stunning on the wearer, and promise long years of service.
MCM was conceived in Munich in 1976 as a maker of luxury leather goods, but the brand now calls Berlin home, a vibrant city considered the epicenter of German couture. MCM blends exceptional craftsmanship with globally inspired design, resulting in its signature contemporary aesthetic. The familiar MCM logo of beribboned laurel leaves nods to King Ludwig I and his affinity for Neoclassicism; the repeating pattern of diamonds you’ll find in some eyewear styles in the MCM collection symbolizes “value, strength and durability without compromise in beauty.” The MCM brand conveys its heritage of craftsmanship in every product, reflecting centuries of hallmark German supremacy in design and engineering, and culminating in eyewear made to last.