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Cutler and Gross

Cutler and Gross

Cutler and Gross is a luxury eyewear brand founded by Graham Cutler and Tony Gross in 1969. They are based in the Knightsbridge area of London.
Cutler and Gross eyewear are designed at the Cutler and Gross headquarters in Marylebone, London and are handmade in a factory in Domegge di Cadore, Italy.

The company’s eyewear has been worn on catwalks and in magazines, including Vogue, Glamour, Elle, Grazia, Marie Claire, Dazed & Confused, GQ, Vanity Fair, Esquire, The Financial Times, and Forbes.
In 2008 Cutler and Gross showed their new and past collections at Selfridges London. In 2009, Cutler and Gross were presented with the award for Best Accessory, by HRH Princess Royal at the UK Fashion Export Awards.[citation needed] In 2010, Cutler and Gross eyewear was on the front cover of Graham Pullin’s book ‘Design Meets Disability’. The book was dedicated to Graham Cutler and Tony Gross. 2011 marked the launch of their bi-annual magazine.