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Cutler and Gross Sunglasses

Cutler and Gross was founded in 1969 by Graham Cutler and Tony Gross who opened their optical boutique in Knightsbridge London stocking handmade bespoke frames. Since their inception, their one of kind luxury sunglasses was an instant success and an integral part in forever shaping the landscape of the industry. Other brands often try to imitate and take inspiration from Cutler and Gross sunglasses, but there is nothing quite like the real thing; A difference which can not only be seen, but a quality which can be felt.

Cutler and Gross was founded in 1969 by Graham Cutler and Tony Gross who opened their optical boutique in Knightsbridge London stocking handmade bespoke frames. Since their creation, their one of kind expensive sunglasses was an immediate success and an essential part in forever creating the landscape of the industry. Other brands often try to imitate and take inspiration from Cutler and Gross sunglasses, but there is nothing quite like the real thing; a difference which can not only be seen, but a quality which can be felt Cutler and Gross sunglasses are not about being overly complicated. You'll find no obnoxious branding or logo's on the outside of their frames, yet they seize your eye using a "quiet elegance, and a firm and graceful classicism". The quality and integrity of the glasses are even maintained today after forty years and therefore they are globally admired for their aesthetics and quality. While a large number of custom frames are produced in higher quantities using cheap injection molding methods, the manufacturing operation that Cutler and Gross implements is both highly-priced and time consuming; there are no short-cuts taken and no fine detail over looked. "The Cutler and Gross frames are cut from sheets of acetate and then the rough cut goes into a polishing process where we first tumble the frame fronts and temples in a wood barrel for 3-4 days with resin chips and olive oil. The tumbling smoothes the surface of the frames and prepares for the hand polishing, without removing too much of the sharpness of the frame. Every hole is hand drilled and the pins and hinges are screwed by hand, no glue is used in the frame building process that takes 3 weeks." The then method of manufacturing has become obsolete in the present context A pair of Cutler and Gross sunglasses or reading glasses is made to last a lifetime, "The real McCoy" not just another stylish decoy. This year their spring and summer collection are branded as "THE MERMAID AND THE OFFICER", which symbolically represents romance and enticement. Encouraged by the lyrics of Tim Buckley's classic 'Song To The Siren', they demonstrate us their smoother side. "Dreamy ocean hues of seaweed green, glittering blues and blacks, nude net and sand all for the Mermaid to entice her Officer, who in return compliments her in emerald green, Smokey quartz, petrol and of course the classic and chic dark tortoise shellPsychology Articles, but this time with a brand new matte finish." Cutler and Gross have certainly captivated us with a collection and campaign in which you can practically smell the sea breeze and feel the warm summer sun....

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