Aug 04, 2017 | By Laura Welch
The Cutler and Gross ‘Museum’ interior
Iconic british eyewear brand Cutler and Gross recently launched a new bespoke service combining access to a vast archive of eyewear frames, with an old world luxury, personal retail experience.
The entire top floor of the London flagship store has been renovated to house the new service, dubbed ‘The Museum’.
A sleek, lacquered room showcases over 4000 frames dating back from 1969 to the present, which can also be re-created in a multitude of colors, as well as a color-match service, lens tint options, and going a step further, even the option to encase fabrics of the client’s choosing, within frames. Adding to the unique bespoke spirit of this venture, Cutler and Gross fans are also ale to add a personalized inscription, lazored on the inside temple.
Frames take between 6 and 12 weeks to be handcrafted and delivery and start from £579.
In the opulent mirrored consultation room clients are met with an expert eyewear stylist to discuss their customization needs, and if the multitude of unique frames on display are not quite enough, there is even the option to design a one off frame with the stylist’s guidance.
This move to expand the offering of the brand into such a personal service, is in-keeping with the heritage and ethos of the luxury eyewear pioneers; dedicated to the unique combination of precision technology and artisanal craftsmanship.
Cutler and Gross current collection
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