Today the demand for wearable men’s jewellery is bigger than ever, whether quirky perspex necklaces, simple lapel pins or unusual silver rings.
|Alex & Chloe button pendants|
I love how "everyday" things have been turned into adornments. Alex & Chloe‘s simple Button necklaces are just the kind of thing younger gents are layering up with other found objects, strung on long chains or threads – old keys, crucifixes and safety pins.
|Pocket watch brooch by Tatty Devine|
British jewellery designers Tatty Devine have been creating fun jewellery for a decade, and their tongue-in-cheek men’s collections have become more covetable each season. The acrylic Pocket Watch brooch is a nod to male ‘jewellery’ of times past, and looks great pinned on a vintage tweed jacket or smart pea coat.
|Wave ring by Zoe & Morgan|
Having seen me lust over Zoe & Morgan’s jewellery for several years, my boyfriend has fallen for their silver Wave ring, homage to Hokusai’s ‘The Great Wave’ painting.
Simple yet effective, designer jewellery or seasonal statement pieces, men’s jewellery in all forms is the one to watch.