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The British continue to invade LA. Legendary London-based label Cutler and Gross is the latest to bring its quirky Euro aesthetic to eyewear aficionados with its first West Coast flagship in the West Hollywood Design District.
Located next door to fellow Brit brand L'Agent at the corner of Melrose and La Cienega Avenues, the 1,350-square-foot space features Cutler and Gross's full line of fashionable retro frames ($495 to $638), like '60s-inspired sunglasses, cat-eye opticals, and designer collabs with Maison Martin Margiela and Giles, among others. Alongside top-notch eyewear, in-store services include personal styling, frame adjustments, prescription lenses, repairs, and a VIP room stocked with vintage specs.
Cutler and Gross is open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm and Sunday from 12 to 6pm.