Mr Leight Mulholland
Named after William Mulholland, the engineer who brought water to a thirsty Los Angeles, Mulholland Drive is an iconic road winding through the Santa Monica Mountains. Described as a road one can feel “the history of Hollywood” on, it has inspired countless movies, songs, and novels.
The Mr Leight Mulholland's design was inspired by Japanese wire combo frames with both acetate and metal elements popular in the 80s. Its titanium construction and adjustable temple engineering draw inspiration from the frame’s brilliant namesake.