The Mohala Difference
Every purchase sends a girl to school for one week.
You can help girls blossom and shine.
We were surprised to find that while half of the nation's sunglasses were made for women, most eyewear companies are owned and operated by men. We saw this as an opportunity to connect with a female consumer who is independent, intelligent, socially minded and feminine. We exclusively make women’s sunglasses and our design work, packaging, social mission, and blog all focus on the female consumer. We aim to create a brand you can feel proud to wear and support.
At our price points we strive to give you the highest quality materials and craftsmanship in your sunglasses. Each frame is made using Mazzucchelli acetate. Mazzucchelli is an over 150-year old family-owned company in the Lake District of Northern Italy. This hypoallergenic acetate is a non-petroleum-based plastic made from natural sources. It is strong, lightweight and flexible.
German-designed spring hinges are fitted in all of our sunglasses. Resilient spring hinges provide maximum comfort as they custom adjust to the wearer’s head.
An Italian lens company designs all of our polarized and non-polarized lenses. All Mohala lenses are impact and scratch resistant and provide 100% UV protection.
We delight in trends but we don't depend on them. Our designs are timeless and meant to be worn for many years with many outfits. All of our eyewear is custom designed. We focus on fit, flattering the female face and making women feel confident and beautiful, from the inside out.
Mohala eyewear comes with a quality microfiber cleaning cloth, collapsible water- resistant case that easily tucks into your purse, and instead of the standard cardboard box, a cotton reusable bag for weekend errands or yoga class.
Girls education matters. Every pair of Mohala sunglasses you purchase sends a girl to school for one week. We are proud partners with Room to Read Girls’ Education Program that operates in 10 countries across Africa and Asia. A girl receiving an education learns more than how to read and do math. She learns that both she and her dreams have value. Learn More