Awning, Thrice

London-based painter George Little has created a new piece exclusively for our latest cleaning cloth.

A Frame for London

We made a pair of spectacles that are literally rubbish. Six centuries of rubbish, to be precise.

Introducing our first ovoid: Burton.

Inspired by the oval spectacles of 19th century.

RETROSPECTIVE: London, Spectacles, and Half a Millennia.

Our first exhibition, opening this November.

The Coal Drops Yard Collection

Four exclusive made-to-measure frames, in celebration of our homecoming to Coal Drops Yard.

Coming home, to Coal Drops Yard.

We’re pleased to introduce Cubitts Coal Drops Yard.


Somers, of Somers Town.

Somers’ shape is what you might call a modern classic, inspired by the NHS’ 524 spectacle.

The Spectacle, Issue One.

Cubitts’ very first newspaper, The Spectacle, has arrived in stores.

Introducing the Fitzrovia Collection

Four distinguished made-to-measure silhouettes to mark the opening of Cubitts Fitzrovia.

Hello, Fitzrovia.

We're pleased to introduce Cubitts Fitzrovia, at 44 Charlotte Street.

Camley and Tankerton, Our Sharp-Browed Siblings.

This week we welcome a duplet of statement frames, featuring our first narrow facial width hinges.

In the Workshop with Hiroko Shiratori

We invited Aesop’s Tokyo-based Brand Curator, into our workshop and picked her brains while we were at it.