American designers offer men an endless variety of jewelry that stands out for its sophisticated design and style.
David Yurman, for example, offers Meteorite, a ring with a signet ring, to the traditional design of which David adds a new twist by choosing a faceted fragment of a Gibeon meteorite that fell to Earth about half a million years ago as the central stone. Monique Ping uses equally extravagant materials, reused white gold and bright blue fangs of woolly mammoth, in her interpretation of the design.
Todd Reed has channeled his “sheer elegance” into a new menswear collection in which one finds a stone-paved, textured ring with uncut diamonds that men and women will fight to the death to wear. For less demanding men, the designer has prepared a textured gold ring with a band of black jadeite, while the Miansai jewelry firm offers a simple and elegant wide gold cuff.
Hoorsenbuhs, together with British artist Damien Hirst, have created an ironic Cathedral collection that should delight art lovers. The limited edition Pill ring blends pink, yellow and white gold, rubies, black and white diamonds, supported by the traditional brand’s gold chain links, in precious multicolor.
The designers didn’t forget about the cufflinks. Colette presented a pair of cufflinks with a cross pattern laid out with diamonds on top of dark burgundy jasper, and Melissa Joy Manning used ammonite cufflinks with amazing natural pyrite flecks in their design.
So, dear men, it’s time to update your New Year wishes list!