Cutler and Gross: Artistic muse

The collection of frames are named after poets, illustrators and tattoo artists

Graham Cutler’s original capsule collection from 2003 inspired Cutler and Gross’s latest eyewear range through an exploration of the designer’s passion for technicality, comfort and sophistication.

The collection of four frames, two of which are available as sunglasses, are named after American screenwriters and illustrators, Japanese tattoo artists and 20th century American poets.

The GR01 model, pictured, is round and lightweight with milled nose-pads and a wider bridge designed for all-day comfort. It is available in black, multi-Havana burgundy and granny chic colour options. GR02, or the Tattooist, takes its design cues from the fine lines used in Japanese tattoo art. The rectangular silhouette is matched with double, eight-point star riveted temples.

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