A cloth to celebrate Leeds, a gentle invocation of the Yorkshire white rose with the noble daisy.
The most advanced optical technology, perched on the edge of your nose. Included in all Cubitts frames, from January 2nd.
Reflections on a lifetime of creating art from geometry, connecting engines and modernism, music and Carl Jung. From the eighth edition of The Spectacle.
We sat down with the former mayoral candidate, richest man in the world, and royal, to discuss his new spectacles.
We spoke to the designer of our new cleaning cloth, Dalia James, about hand weaving, colour, and architecture.
For the second in our Cubitts Lates series, we were joined by the master of likenesses, Wilfrid Wood, for a head sculpting workshop in our Hampstead store.
A workshop with renowned artist Stefanie Posavec, where we explored our personal data through uniquely personal drawings.
An interview with Cubitts founder Tom Broughton to chat about the challenges of this approach and Cubitts' vision for democratising well-fitted frames.
A celebration of noses. Crests high and low. Bridges wide and narrow. The average, the unaverage, and the very unaverage too.
When you measure thousands of faces and noses and eyes, crest-heights and temple-lengths, bridges and brows ... you get to be stinkingly statistic rich.
For this edition of our conversation with Errin Hussey of the Henry Moore Institute we focus on our fascination with the human head and its legacy in sculpture. We first turn to Laurence Bradshaw and the Karl Marx tomb.
An interview Ian Shepherd – data understander and author of ‘The Average is Always Wrong’ – about navigating statistics.
Three new frames inspired by the landscape, architecture, and modernist legacy of this leafy urban village.
Read about the Hampstead cloth, inspired by the leafy village and expansive Hampstead Heath that surrounds it.
Cubitts has once again collaborated with The Modernist Society in Leeds, an organisation promoting the rich vein of modernism that runs through the city.
A pair of sensory deprivation sunglasses inspired by Stranger Things, complete with a flip up pizza box lid and satisfyingly retro temples.
For this edition of our conversation with Errin Hussey of the Henry Moore Institute we chatted about all things Modernist sculpture and design.