Cutler and Gross is a British luxury eyewear brand founded by opticians, Graham Cutler and Tony Gross. Since 1969, the brand has redefined glasses as a fashion accessory through their delicate craftsmanship and individuality. In fact, Cutler and Gross’s first optician location opened its doors in 1971 in London’s Knightsbridge district. They have ensured that those with imperfect vision can still cater to their style needs in an elegant manner.
Precise details are implemented upon the artisanal frames and are tailored exclusively for each client. Their factory is located in Cadore, Italy where satisfaction is ensured for every product and they debuted their innovative collection at Paris Fashion Week in 1982. As a brand with a rich heritage, they have dominated the eyewear industry worldwide with boutiques in New York City, Toronto, Hong Kong, and even an appointment-based showroom in Iran.
The have included the Cutler and Gross Museum, which spans the entire top floor of their Knightsbridge store with four thousand frames, including ones that date back to the brand’s inception. Their designs have been seen on the likes of Rihanna, Sir Elton John, and they have collaborated with designers such as Erdem, Maison Martin Margiela, Giles Deacon, and Comme des Garçons. They have been acknowledged for their excellence and were presented with the award for “Best Accessory” by HRH Princess Royal at the UK Fashion Export Awards in 2009.