In the 70th year of the NHS, we were inspired to create our own version of one of their most iconic colours, 'brown mottle'.
Keystone Crescent, namesake of our Keystone frame. Formerly Caledonian Crescent, this Victorian terrace curves off the Pentonville end of ‘the Cally’, veering away from the towering gothic spires of St. Pancras.
Keystone. A curving confluence of lightweight acetate and sleek engineering.
They say good things come in pairs, and we’re inclined to agree. Case in point, the arrival of two new members of the metals collection: Broadfield and Guilford.
2018 brings our first ‘W bridge’ design, which perches elegantly on the crest of your nose, along with intricate filigrees and hypoallergenic ceramic nosepads.
Our bespoke presentation boxes are made by W. MacCarthy & Sons of Woolwich, London, packagers of over 135 years.
To mark this most preposterous time of year, we're dismayed to introduce Black Death Friday - a limited set of four cleaning cloths by renowned artist Stanley Donwood.
In need of practical clothing for our dispensing opticians and optical assistants, we worked with @albamclothing to create a set of optical jackets for our stores.
Our new made-to-measure, made-to-order range in sixteen shapes and 175 glorious colours available exclusively at our Jermyn Street store.
To mark London Fashion Week, we produced a triptych of one-off, handmade frames by our craftsman in our King's Cross workshop, inspired by Soho's club and fashion subcultures.
Introducing our new artist in residence collaboration with Becky Allen, an artist who specialises in beautifully intricate drawings, based on repetition.
We're rather pleased to introduce Cubitts St James's, our first Spectacles Atelier, located at 68 Jermyn Street, between iconic British shoemakers Crockett & Jones and Trickers.