Each of the take-me-or-leave-me buildings in this article are within gawping distance of a Cubitts store.
For this edition of our conversation with Errin Hussey of the Henry Moore Institute we focus on the depiction of spectacles in sculpture and their relationship to each other.
In the third instalment of our collaboration with the Henry Moore Institute, we’re continuing our conversation with archivist Errin Hussey, this time focusing on the use and importance of tools and craftsmanship.
In the fifth instalment of the Cubitts Cloth Collective, our Coal Drops Yard team tells us about the inspiration behind their cloth, a brief insight into their local area, and the charity they’ve chosen to support.
To celebrate the opening of Cubitts Cheapside, we’ve curated a collection of our favourite stops along with a quick dive into their fascinating history found at every corner.
Coming on to the fourth instalment of the Cloth Collective, take focus on Cubitts Spitalfields, faithfully serving the East End with all its quirks and wonders.
In the second instalment of Cubitts’ collaboration with the Henry Moore Institute, we’re continuing our conversation, this time exploring the theme of curiosity.
Transforming your weathered optical spectacles into sunglasses, giving them a new life, is the perfect way to make the most of this glorious season.
For this edition of the Cloth Collective we’re looking at Cubitts St. James’s - a regal experience dominated by splendour
We sat down with London based artist and Cubitts customer Laxmi Hussain, to discuss the inspiration for the vivid use of colour throughout her work.
Read about the Borough cloth, inspired by one of London’s busiest and culturally diverse food markets.
Read about The Soho cloth, inspired by the history of Soho in the 1960s and 70s as the heart of swinging London.
We spoke to the team at Vision foundation to learn more about sight loss and the amazing work they are doing.
One dark and gloomy day last year, we sat down to make a colour together for Cubitts. The result, a shade we’ve christened ‘A preoccupation with possessions’.