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Cutler and Gross

Cutler and Gross glasses

Cutler and Gross is a renowned British eyewear brand, known for its timeless elegance and extraordinary craftsmanship. Founded in London in 1969 by opticians Graham Cutler and Tony Gross, the brand continues to set the standard for design eyewear globally. Each pair is meticulously handcrafted in Italy by skilled artisans, using high-quality materials and following a production process that takes up to 12 weeks and includes 42 steps.

In their constant pursuit of the perfect balance between taste and functionality, Cutler and Gross do not merely produce glasses: they are optical architects seeking a product so inherently iconic that no external logo is required.

Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross -  - Verde

410,00

1378
Occhiali da Sole - Cutler and Gross - 1378 - Miele / Havana

385,00

1386
Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross - 1386 - Blu

375,00

1386
Cutler anfd gross 1386_01

375,00

1390
Occhiali da Sole - Cutler and Gross - 1390 - Nero / Blu

420,00

1391
Occhiali da Sole - Cutler and Gross - 1391 - Nero

420,00

1394
Occhiali da Sole - Cutler and Gross - 1394 - Nero

420,00

1402
Occhiali da Sole - Cutler and Gross - 1402 - Havana

420,00

1402
Occhiali da Sole - Cutler and Gross - 1402 - Nero / Giallo

420,00

1405
Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross - 1405 - Nero

410,00

1405
Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross - 1405 - Marrone

410,00

1409
Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross - 1409 - Verde

410,00

1410
Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross - 1410 - Marrone

410,00

1411
Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross - 1411 - Blu

425,00

9126
Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross - 9126 - Nero

410,00

9521
Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross - 9521 - Nero

410,00

9621
Occhiali da Vista - Cutler and Gross - 9621 - Nero

425,00

Cutler and Gross: 55 years of craftsmanship and design

In 1969, two British opticians, Mr. Cutler and Mr. Gross, decided to revolutionize the world of eyewear by founding the brand of the same name. Their vision? Unique frames, handmade with extraordinary craftsmanship.

From the beginning, the handmade tradition has been central to Cutler and Gross. The two partners relied on George Smith, an expert craftsman who made every single pair of glasses in his workshop above the Knightsbridge shop in London. This attention to detail and quality has remained unchanged for 55 years.

In the late 1960s, Cutler and Gross purchased a space in London's bustling heart of Knightsbridge and collaborated with British architect Piers Gough to transform an old wig shop into a cutting-edge art gallery. Industrial lights and Perspex shelves illuminated the space, arousing the curiosity of passers-by.

The shop was a real treasure for eyewear enthusiasts. Unlike all the other opticians in London, Cutler and Gross designed and made custom frames in a variety of colors and shapes never seen before. Once the style, details and size were chosen, George Smith's skill came into play.

Smith began by making a drawing of the frame based on the customer's measurements. Then, he hand-cut two shapes from the chosen sheet of material, sanded them and proceeded to drill holes for the hinges and lens housings. Subsequently, the frames were polished by hand and then left in special machinery for the final finishing.

Lenses also played an important role. Made of glass or the newest plastic, they were often hand-painted by Smith's wife, Franny. Using bottles of hot dye or a touch of expertly applied makeup, she was able to tone down the white of the cut edges and give an extra touch of personality.

Over the years, Cutler and Gross has grown, but the principles of craftsmanship have remained strong. The laboratory moved from Knightsbridge to an atelier in the Italian Dolomites, a region renowned for its eyewear excellence, while the headquarters remained in London.

From the beginning, the models were numbered rather than named, creating a "gen neutral" tradition that continues today, starting with number 101. Each frame is an object that celebrates and preserves history and Cutler and Gross craftsmanship.

julia robetrs - culter and gross Nothing Hills

Cutler and Gross glasses are not only synonymous with quality and design, but also with iconic style. Celebrities of the caliber of Julia Roberts have contributed to consolidating the brand's appeal.
In the film "Notting Hill", Roberts wore the 0399 sunglasses, giving them another boost to fame. But she wasn't the only one: legendary musicians such as David Bowie, Elton John and Grace Jones were often seen sporting Cutler and Gross models, helping to link the brand to the world of music and entertainment.

Come and discover our collection of Cutler and Gross sunglasses and eyeglasses and find the pair that best suits your style and personality!

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