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  • Cutler and Gross Sunglasses

    Cutler & Gross Sunglasses

    CUTLER AND GROSS SUNGLASSES


    Founded in 1969 by partners Cutler and Gross, friends who met in optometry school, the eponymous brand has managed to achieve global recognition with expansions on three continents. They were one of the first retailers in London to provide bespoke eyewear treated as an accessory. This way of thinking is what moved them from being perceived as a brand that produced goods only for practical usage but also for style and trend based reasons. The designers also hired an upcoming designer named Marie Wilkinson who is now the head designer for Cutler and Gross.

    The company has a factory in Italy where all their sunglasses and glasses are made. The headquarters of Cutler and Gross is in Knightsbridge – where their first store was opened. By associating themselves which such a high end area and clientele they set the standard for their brand’s image and earned the respects of fellow designers and critics in the industry. With Cutler’s desire for practical frames and Gross’s desire for style and design, fans of the brand have the right balance between what’s necessary and what adds flair and style.

    Since their Paris fashion week debut in 1982, Cutler and Gross sunglasses have been seen on catwalks all over the world. The brand has also made several collaborations with other designers like Maison Martin Margiela, Mulberry and Victoria Beckham. They have also placed their gold foil logo on the inside of their frames as a sign of quiet and subtle elegance.