MOSCOT is 109 and feelin' fine! We're celebrating our birthday with family favorite frames made from 100+ years of eyewear expertise.
stands the test of time with its iconic design and continues to uphold a legacy of its own. This rounder classic has served as the calling card for generations of creative, thoughtful, free-spirited intellectuals, artistes, and auteurs.
The round, full-vue MILTZEN
, first introduced in the 1930s, is eponymously named for our Uncle Heshy, who inexplicably everyone called Uncle Miltzen. And it stuck. So there you go, world... The MILTZEN
Designed by Zack Moscot (5th Generation), this frame may be a more recent bestselling style, but is based on the eye-conic LEMTOSH
silhouette. The DAHVEN
, crafted from thick block acetate in rich tonal hues, brings good fortune - and good looks - wherever you take it.
is the favorite of Joel Moscot (3rd Generation). It is chunky, rectangular, raw, aggressive, and in your face - just like a real New Yorker (except for the chunky and rectangular part).
Our Union Square Shop Manager Arthur Rodriguez is not only the bassist for our in-house band, but has also been with MOSCOT for 25+ years! That alone deserves the honor of having a frame named after him. Rock on, Art!
It doesn't get any cooler and more classic than this - the perfectly round ZOLMAN
is great Grandpa Sol's frame. Yes, that great Grandpa Sol (2nd Generation). As we said, cool and classic. Fun Fact: Zolman was Sol's name on his birth certificate.