Thursday, March 12, 2009

March 12th, Spectacles for Humans LA opens today.


Cutler and Gross.

You must forgive us for the lack of activities on this glorious blog. Since late December we've been moving our pieces across the optical chessboards of California and beyond, setting up an outpost in Los Angeles, and even though SF and LA are close to each other, as we found out, when you have to move but you're still staying put, it's quite an ordeal.

With that said, hard work and a little adventure we don't mind, and we are doing great and ready to see you! Our commitment to outstanding eyewear is what keeps us going, and all the support we've received from all over the world is really quite overwhelming. Thank you everyone but no, please, we can't open another location in London and then another in Tokyo. Let's do LA first.

So let us tell you exactly how we gonna roll.

Our Los Angeles showroom will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 12 till 6. This means you will always find us here on these days and during these hours. Should you decide to visit some other day or some ungodly hour is more to your liking, please call or email with your request and we will do all we can to accommodate you.
There is plenty of parking around Main and 6Th, and our building, Pacific Electric Lofts, offers secure valet parking so drive right in, leave your keys with one of the friendly guys in the garage and proceed to the Lobby. Simply tell the Doorman you are here to see Spectacles for Humans. That's it. We will see you in a moment.
If you park outside or decide to walk ( hey, this is Downtown, walking is allowed here), look us up in the directory and we will buzz you in.
Refreshments, mildly cool atmosphere and only the best eyewear selection of the next few years will be waiting for you. We are looking forward to seeing you!

We believe there are still few spots left to RSVP for our Opening Party on April 4th, and we are prepping quite a show with live performances and World Premiere of brand new eyewear line. Not to be missed! More details in the next few days.

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