DALLAS & PARIS, May 13, 2010 / FW/ — Cutler & Gross is a legend when it comes to eyewear. For the past 40 years, the label’s founder and designers Graham Cutler and Tony Gross have created original frame designs that are inspiring and very directional.
Based in London’s Knightbridge, Cutler and Gross were the first specialists to transform sunglasses from necessary article to fashionable element. Their design philosophy continues to focus more on the individual than the label.
Not fond of logos, Cutler & Gross eyewear is better known for its innovative frame design than its insignia. Each pair of Cutler & Gross frames is assembled entirely by hand and comes with a durable reptile embossed leather hardcase and custom printed polishing cloth.
For Fall 2010, the Black Collection is exactly what it says – a collection made entirely of black frames. Following this season’s inspiration of Lempicka’s paintings, there is an art deco feel to it. Stock is limited, so grab yours before someone else gets them.