Cutler and Gross Unveils Latest Paul Smith Eyewear Collection

The new collection updates existing frames and adds some new ones.

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British eyewear brand Cutler and Gross has unveiled its latest collection for Paul Smith.

The fall and winter sunglasses range builds on the original lineup by adding new sizes and making adjustments to existing frames, as well as bringing in some completely new styles. New designs include the Bernard with its thick acetate frame and the Brixham which has two-toned lenses.

The standout pair of sunglasses is the Bernard Tortoiseshell and Artist Stripe glasses pictured at the top of this article. The addition of subtle stripes marks them out as unmistakably Paul Smith. We also love the tortoiseshell frame with a thicker brow and the gold “P” logo at the tip of the temples.

Cutler and Gross first teamed up with Paul Smith when it released a collaboration in May last year. Following the success of this collaboration, the two British brands agreed on a three-year deal that will see the eyewear brand create glasses for Paul Smith under license.

As you’d expect, the frames come in multiple sizes and colors. They are currently available for purchase on Cutler and Gross’s website, starting at £235. Check them out here.

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