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I suspect he’s an Italian horse bath-type: Get a whiff of that BO mingling with smell of stale cigarettes and the expensive scent… Yum....

Those Goti designs always remind me of summer camp projects with those powdery-tasting, pastel-color candy… Zana’s structured cuffs are more along my preference— but this particular one is a tad too literal with the huge silver hardware; Although I do like the idea that my pieces can double as an accoutrement of sort when it comes to those spontaneous sexy times in the car, I don’t want people to think just left a dungeon… I still have my Tom Ford for Gucci Japanese bondage bracelet from whenever that collection was from— although it’s a pain to secure the straps since there are no fasteners. I’m tempted to have them customized with some simple buckles…

Chrome Hearts was a label that made some impressive leather/silver pieces back in the day… But I’m still itching for the OG Helmut Lang handcuff bracelet.

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Chrome Hearts never piqued my interest. The chunkiness of it, I liked, but at the end of the day, it seemed like jewelry for really fashion-forward Harley-riders..or Karl. How any of that culminated in a Chrome Hearts hoodie in my closet at one point is beyond me.

Sexy-time? How about a pair of silver cufflinks that double as a restraining device? (src: betonyvernon.com)


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Brings new meaning to the term "hand-crafted." (src: betonyvernon.com

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I remember when Gucci/Tom had a split crucifix necklace in their store here. That was nice, but I think a split-boot necklace speaks to me more, from Tobias Wistisen. (src: waitfashion.com)



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The idea of those cufflinks are just awesome… if only they were a leather bracelet/cuff with chunkier “cuff” hardware that can take some real abuse.... I can’t wear delicate things-- nor use delicate things.

Yes LOL Chrome Hearts just screams Slash/Lenny Kravitz/Karl riding Harleys down Malibu on their shopping trip to Maxfield (Karl would likely be strapped tightly behind Lenny since I don’t see him having the physical strength to steer a hog, of which I’m sure he would be in heaven holding on to Lenny like that…) CH pieces are nice though-- even if they're too froufrou for my sensibilities.

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"Do you guys know where I can get one of those gold necklaces with the T on it?"

"That's a cross."

"Across from where?"

(screenshot from HuffPo..taken from Tom Ford's site, obviously.)


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^Really?! Do men really need another one around their neck?!

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I have a friend who is hardcore for anything Tom Ford, could see him wear this personally. It doesn't actually look like a todger so I dont find it shocking.

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Yes LOL Chrome Hearts just screams Slash/Lenny Kravitz/Karl riding Harleys down Malibu on their shopping trip to Maxfield (Karl would likely be strapped tightly behind Lenny since I donít see him having the physical strength to steer a hog, of which Iím sure he would be in heaven holding on to Lenny like thatÖ) CH pieces are nice though-- even if they're too froufrou for my sensibilities.
That's some very detailed cos-fantasy there, Phuel. Makes me wonder....

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This thread is dedicated to men's jewelry. please post about any designers you know who create rings, necklaces, or any jewelry pieces for men.

i'm looking for a ring and possibly a necklace. anyone have any recommendations?
You can check Mike Nekta's creation. They have various choices that may suit our taste.

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This old thing, from Shaun Leane, is pretty if I do say so myself. (src: fashioncritic blogger)


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^Really?! Do men really need another one around their neck?!
A tad de trop, right? This item would seem to advertise some sort of issue, whether insecurity or obsession ...

This thread is so much more than just jewelry ....

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^Really?! Do men really need another one around their neck?!

No. They need TWO: one by Tom, one by Vivienne. This is Fashion, not rocket-science. (src: fashionista.com)


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Now this one is way more graphic (c/w balls). I'll applaud the guy who'd bravely wear two cut penis necklaces, I could never. As it is I find men's necklaces a bit daunting because I don't think it works for me.

The Shaun Leane piece looks good, prefer it with one tusk though (the smooth one).

Anyone into copper bracelets? I famously only wear an identical piece to this one (no other accessories such as a wristwatch, necklace, earrings - do have 6inch gauges though). Some people don't really like it because of the residue it leaves on your skin, but obviously you'd need to take it off daily. I just dip mine in lemon juice, and it looks as good as new.



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Hi All

I've been searching for a thread on men's jewellery design. I've been designing necklaces and bracelets for women for a while now, but after having visiting a jewellery exhibition in London, last year, and having seen Reggie Yates (British presenter) wearing a bronze/copper bracelet, designed in Africa), I'm interested in pursuing a mens accessory line

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