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From it’s conception in London in 1969, Cutler and Gross has grown to become an internationally renowned name in luxury eyewear, now with six stores worldwide. Read on to discover a few words from each of our store managers, on the unique experience each location has to offer.


"Local and charming Knightsbridge. Come and explore the elegant and subtle side of Knightsbridge shopping. Knightsbridge Green, Motcombe Street and Kinnerton Street are a network of  secret paths that thread through the back streets of Knightsbridge. Discover the original Cutler And Gross store where Tony Gross and Graham Cutler anointed their stylish clients who originally seeked out the duo and join the elite group of Fashionistas that have walked through the Black door at Number 16 Knightsbridge Green."

- Alice, Knightsbridge


"Our second London location in Old Spitalfields Market creates a new landmark in the history of Cutler and Gross. Here we join eclectic designers and cultured creatives to bring British design and Italian craftsmanship to the vibrant heart of East London.  Amongst our vintage boutique, we take patients through to our state of the art testing room; offering a meticulous ocular health examination bringing you a tailored Cutler and Gross experience. Our dedicated staff offer personalised frame styling service with our extended range of frames, some of which are original frames from the 1970’s."

- Brianne, Spitalfields


"Named the second coolest neighbourhood in the world by Vogue magazine, the super trendy two-kilometre Queen Street strip between Bathurst and Gladstone is home to some of Toronto's most cutting edge boutiques, art galleries and hip bars and restaurants. Steps away from Trinity Bellwoods Park, in the heart of Queen West is where Cutler and Gross has found their Canadian home since 2014. Make sure to drop by, discover the vast collection of frames the brand has to offer and don’t forget to ask for the custom made 3D C&G glasses to check out the commissioned 3D mural in the back alley behind the store."

- Golta, Toronto


Nestled in the Cotswolds and surrounded by rolling green hills, honey-coloured villages and dramatic Georgian architecture, you will find our City of Bath store. Bath is an iconic, fashionable and quintessentially English city, whose bold and carefully curated architecture gives it a sense of timeless style, mirroring our own design ethos.
As you stroll down Bath’s grand thoroughfares, past it’s iconic curved townhouses or take in any one of its beautiful vistas you will quickly come to realise why Bath has been home to artists, thinkers and style for centuries. At the heart of this world heritage City you will find our store, at one end of Pultney Bridge, a rare piece of architecture which spans the river Avon and shares history with the Rialto bridge in Venice.
Our store is set in an 18th Century townhouse that was previously home to the grand music store ‘Duck Son and Pinker’ who traded here for 170 years. Their classic mosaic still adorns the entrance to our store reflecting on its fine history, as well as continuing our own. With its open design and vast windows overlooking the City and countryside beyond, our Bridge Street store creates the perfect setting for our clients to try on our extensive collection of exquisite frames and curate a style of their own.
The friendly professional team offer eye examinations using the latest technology, prescription services, styling advice and ongoing care for Cutler and Gross customers.

- Hannah, Bath


Cutler and Gross New York is located in the heart of Soho. The neighborhood boasts the largest collection of cast-iron architecture in the world. The heart of this collection can be found in the Cast-iron Historic District which is bound be Houston Street, Canal Street, Crosby Street and West Broadway. 
Early SoHo was an industrial zone, full of cast-iron warehouses and cobblestone streets. Large upscale companies used the warehouses to store their extra merchandise and made use of the ornate window fronts to display some of their finest wares. 
In the 1960s, however, artists began moving into the neighborhood, taking advantage of the large buildings with low rents, perfect for a starving artist who needed lots of room to practice his/her profession. By the 1970s, it was already one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Manhattan.
Today, artist's lofts in SoHo don't come cheap anymore. Many of the artists have moved to different areas of New York City, although SoHo is still home to many galleries. 
The neighborhood is full of wonderful shops - both privately-owned and those with recognizable names. Restaurants here are booked far in advance and you're sure to run into a celebrity or two. 

- Arturo, New York


"Cutler and Gross Los Angeles is located in the vibrant section of West Hollywood. WeHo, as the locals call it, is home to fantastic restaurants, hotels, nightlife, and shopping. Its creative energy is palpable throughout the entire neighborhood, which has become a destination for modern furniture and decor. With no shortage of things to do in West Hollywood, it’s a popular place for both tourists and locals to visit.
While WeHo draws its share of out-of-towners, the locals represent an equally diverse crowd. Dynamic nightlife and entertainment generate a palpable energy that courses through the community.
West Hollywood is home to many of Los Angeles’ most iconic hotels, music venues, and comedy clubs. When residents crave fresh air, nearby Runyon Canyon is one of the city’s most beautiful hikes.
The West Hollywood experience is a melting pot of traditions, whether it’s innovative vegan food, couture fashion, or street art and statues. This is not a neighborhood populated by the faint of heart, so arrive ready for excitement.
Creative people flock to West Hollywood, not only for its ample club and bar offerings, but also for its hopping art scene. Peruse its galleries and pick up pieces from both established and up-and-coming artists, or check out WeHo’s music scene at one of the many local venues. West Hollywood is a constant indulgence of the senses, which is exactly why its locals love it."

- Arturo, Los Angeles