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The Story Of


Christoper Cloos is the story of the meeting with an enigmatic man on a beach club in the south of France during a Holiday.

On this particular beach club, Paloma, the two founders became acquainted with an intriguing man from Monaco who had an extraordinary taste for living life.

He was a man of the world who never settled for less than the best. The man introduced himself as ‘Christopher Cloos’ and the founders immediately got inspired by his fondness of classic and timeless retro frames. He told the founders that he always to be found with classic pair of sunglasses and a happy smile on his face living by the moto ‘Bon vivant’.

Full of inspiration, the two founders decided to create their own line of affordable sunglasses reflected by the style of Christopher Cloos.

What We Make

Behind the product and Team CloosBon vivant!

Only the best materials are put into work and the design should be reflected by being timeless, minimalistic and classic – with a modern touch. Glasses in premium acetate with polarized lenses and a genuine leather case are all a part of our premium package. 

Christopher Cloos is located in Copenhagen, New York and Saint Barths. We are a truly global brand with a strong team of entrepreneurial and hard-working individuals, currently represented in stores across Europe, United States and South America, while expanding to new cities every day.


A vintage inspired frame with new refined details that gives the model an unpretentious but still aesthetic and modern look. We have spent countless of hours studying old Hollywood movies and explored numerous vintage stores in order to bring back a classic style that will always stay true. Introduced in three popular colors.

St. Barths

Introducing the limited edition frame St. Barths by Robin Thicke. The model is named after the French island ‘Saint Barthélemy’ located in the Caribbean. Known for its tropical landscape, soaring mountains, powder soft sand, flowering hills and crystal clear water it was the obvious choice to name this frame ‘Saint Barths’.