MOSCOT frame feature
You can spot a MOSCOT eyewear a mile away by its distinct, chunky acetate look. But there’s something special about each of these frames that’s earned its spot on our list as a MOSCOT favourite.
Arguably one of the most popular MOSCOT frames and has a legacy of its own! Creatives love this style because of its classic shape and range of colours - a nice differentiator depending on your personality. Featuring diamond shape rivets and a 7-barrel hinge, making it durable and aesthetically pleasing.
One of MOSCOT's thinner, rounder frames, the Miltzen is proudly named “Uncle Heshy” - a member of the Moscot family. First designed in the 1930s and handcrafted using Italian acetate. With its minimalist look, 3-barrel hinge and signature dot rivets, the Miltzen is the perfect addition to any eyewear collection.
Here’s a unique look! The circular Zolman is named after Sol Moscot - the son of MOSCOT founder Hyman Moscot. One of the newer designed frames on the list, it embodies the craftsmanship and comfortable wearability MOSCOT is known for.
Fun and chunky, the Dahven is crafted from thick block acetate and available in a variety of shades. The Moscot family says it brings “good fortune and good looks wherever you take it” - we’d like to test that theory!
Taking inspiration from the Lemtosh, Momza has the same keyhole nose bridge and 7-barrel hinge. The difference is in its shape and rivet design. The Momza has a 3-dot rivet and bigger, rectangular shaped lens.
Fun fact: the name is an ode to the mum of a trouble-maker - “smart-aleck, strong-willed and smart but never seemed to be where he said he would be”... Good thing ‘Momza’ is always keeping a watchful eye!
All these great frames are in store, plus more from our MOSCOT range. Our Eyewear Specialists can find a MOSCOT match for you during a complimentary frame styling appointment. Read more about what a frame styling appointment entails and book easily online.