Cutler and Gross glasses are renowned for their distinctive style, combining classic design with contemporary details. Each pair of frames are handmade with the highest quality materials, resulting in a unique and luxurious feel.
Characterised by its distinctive design aesthetic, which combines classic shapes with innovative and unexpected details, the brand is known for its use of bold colours, as well as a unique approach to materials and construction. Cutler and Gross use thick acetate frames, adding weight and structure to the glasses while giving them a distinctive and luxurious feel.
Bold London Style: Cutler and Gross Glasses
Cutler and Gross were founded in 1969 by Graham Cutler and Tony Gross, who met in optometry school at Northampton College. Through their mutual passion for innovative design, they were amongst the first to change the perception of eyewear as a medical necessity into a key fashion accessory. The Cutler & Gross brand represents British luxury style alongside only the finest Italian craftsmanship - in turn, this creates a classically sharp eyewear design.
Cutler and Gross Glasses have a reputation as the ‘Savile Row tailor’ of the eyewear industry. Every frame is unique and meticulously handcrafted by some of the world’s most talented eyewear artisans. Every component in a pair of Cutler & Gross pieces is made from premium materials – Japanese titanium, Italian acetate and precious gold feature across the collection for a luxurious and long-lasting finish – every frame comes fitted with anti-reflective, hydrophobic lenses.
Cutler & Gross have recently brought out their SS23 Haçienda collection
- inspired by the iconic Haçienda nightclub music venue that changed the UK club scene in 80s/90s. Our blog post
on the Haçienda collection features campaign images and videos that capture these iconic retro-style frames.
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