Mens Jewellery Design
Designing a worthy piece of contemporary jewellery for a man is about capturing the essence of his lifestyle, and forging this into something that breathes with him, a jewellery piece that he feels comfortable wearing every day.
Men, more than ever, are exercising an unshakeable confidence and self-belief to experiment with their look, accessorising their style with sterling silver cuff bracelets, designer cufflinks in gold and titanium, jewelry encrusted with diamonds, to create a luxury and unique expression of identity, spurred on by an army of talented men's jewelry designers.
As we witness this revolution in the way men perceive and wear jewellery, these men's jewellery designers are combining lifestyle essence with traditional handcrafting jewelry techniques and modern engineering, experimenting with new precious metals, materials and textures and bringing fabulous results into the men's jewelry arena, exploding the myth that designer jewellery for men must have functional form to be masculine.
Men's jewellery collections for autumn/winter 2007 reflect the hot trends and the veritable mix of texture, space-age materials and tonal layers from this season's most celebrated menswear collections by Lanvin, Raf Simons, Alexander McQueen and Jil Sander, to name but a few.
From truly unique, designer cufflinks by Ian Flaherty London, hand-finished, and lavishly encrusted in amethyst Swarovski crystals, and precision engineered titanium cufflinks with inserts of gold, sterling silver and diamond from the Ti2 jewelry collection, to mens designer rings by GETi, crafted from solid titanium with precious metal inlays and cool rocks of black and clear diamond, designed to withstand the toughest of sport activities.