Jack Dooley becomes the new CEO of luxury eyewear brand Cutler and Gross

Cutler and Gross, a British luxury eyewear brand, has announced the appointment of Jack Dooley as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Dooley, who joined the company in 2016 as the Global Sales Director, will take over the CEO role to lead the further expansion and development of the legacy brand.

Cutler and Gross
Cutler and Gross

Dooley’s journey and achievements at Cutler and Gross

Dooley has been working at Cutler and Gross for over five years, and has played a key role in increasing the brand’s international sales and presence. He has also collaborated closely with the design and manufacturing team, and has contributed to the brand’s vision and style in the luxury eyewear sector.

Dooley has a wealth of experience and expertise in the eyewear industry, having worked for several leading brands such as Oliver Peoples, Paul Smith, and Tom Ford. He has also been involved in various projects and partnerships with celebrities, influencers, and designers, such as Rihanna, Victoria Beckham, and Erdem.

Dooley said that he was honored and excited to become the new CEO of Cutler and Gross, and that he looked forward to pushing the brand forward in the future, through retail, wholesale, and online channels. He also said that he respected the legacy and values of the brand, which was founded by Tony Gross and Graham Cutler in 1971, and later joined by Marie Wilkinson, Fiona and Majid Mohammadi, and the staff.

Cutler and Gross’ vision and plans for the future

Cutler and Gross is one of the world’s most renowned luxury eyewear brands, known for its handmade, innovative, and distinctive frames. The brand has a loyal and discerning clientele, ranging from royalty and celebrities, to artists and intellectuals. The brand has also collaborated with various fashion houses and designers, such as Maison Margiela, Comme des Garçons, and Giles Deacon.

The brand has a strong presence in the UK, with flagship stores in London and Bath, and a network of independent opticians. The brand also has stores in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong, and distributes its products to over 50 countries worldwide.

The brand’s vision for the future is to continue to grow and evolve, while staying true to its heritage and craftsmanship. The brand plans to expand its retail and online presence, especially in the US and Asia markets, and to launch new collections and collaborations, inspired by its rich archive and contemporary trends.

Fiona Mohammadi, the owner of Cutler and Gross, expressed her confidence in Dooley’s ability to lead the company into its 55th year, and said that he had a proven track record of driving growth and innovation. She also said that the timing of his appointment was perfect, as the brand was entering a new phase, with a strong and dedicated team, and a positive outlook for the future.

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