London, Spectacles, and Half a Millennia.

Cubitts' first ever exhibition, in the charming St James's Market Pavilion on St Alban's Street, London. Celebrating the long history between London and spectacles, the exhibition is full of British icons, from a remake of the first ever pair of spectacles, to monocles and 'Supras', to lorgnettes and 'Windsors', to Michael Caine's favourite style of sunglasses.

Iconic frames courtesy of Cubitts | Oliver Goldsmith | Lawrence Jenkin | Anglo American Optical | Savile Row Eyewear | Cutler and Gross | C.W. Dixey | The Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers | Neil Handley at The College of Optometrists | Studio Swine | King's Cross Eyes | The Myoon Collection | G . F Smith

Photography by Tian Khee Siong
Art Direction + Exhibition design by Christine Serchia
Plinths provided by G . F Smith

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Christine Marie Serchia
Art Director. Designer. Curator. London, United Kingdom