Trend to Watch: Men’s Jewelry

As men become more adventurous with their fashion choices, many brands are making the dive in the men's jewelry market -- from rising stars like Eddie Borgo to stalwarts like David Yurman.

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As men become more adventurous with their fashion choices, many brands are making the dive in the men's jewelry market. Anna Sheffield, who designs Bing Bang jewelry, has a growing men's business on her hands. She even collaborated with men's brand Bespoken on pieces for the label's Fall 2011 collection.
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Eddie Borgo launched men's jewelry this year inspired by 1960s and 1970s rock legends like Mick Jagger and David Bowie. The collection plays with male icons like tie clips and cuff links -- giving them a rock and roll edge.
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Tiffany & Co. is seeing an uptick in its men's jewelry business with pieces like this Oval Signet ring leading the charge, particularly in the Asian markets.
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Miami-based designer Luis Morais loves diamonds, and skulls and stackable jewelry. While the line is unisex, it has found its share of male fans including Keith Richards.
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Gucci is focusing on growing its men's business -- including its watch and jewelry collections. For fall 2011 the collection took its cues from tribal jewelry.
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Yves Saint Laurent is another luxury brand dipping its toes into men's jewelry. Its offerings are subtle and often include a subtle logo -- like this double wrap leather bracelet.
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Maison Martin Margiela men's jewelry has a minimalist vibe (much like the brand's read-to-wear collections), like this brass ring with a square wood face and a single crstyal.
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Rick Owens has always been ahead of the curve in the men's market. His men's jewelry collection, including this calfskin snap bracelet from spring, is no exception.
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The Vivienne Westwood Man jewelry collection is comprised of statement pieces like this Galaxy ring featuring Swarovski crystals and enamel.
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David Yurman introduced men's jewelry in 1994, designed by son Evan Yurman. The line has been picking up steam in recent years and now includes everything from rings, to bracelets, to necklaces. The wave motif is a recurring theme in the collection.
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London-based Stephen Webster is one of a growing number of jewelers who now boast just as large of a men's business and women's business. Webster's glam rock jewelry is a favorite of Elton John.
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Lanvin is pushing the limits with its men's jewelry including pieces like this Carnation Lapel Pin, which takes its cues from Lanvin's women's collection.
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Rising men's fashion star Robert Geller introduced jewelry into his collection soon after he launched his label in 2007. He has carved out a niche thanks to the line's vintage references.
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Delfina Delettrez, daughter of Silvia Fendi, launched a line of jewelry in 2008, and her men's collection is just as bold as her women's offerings. This pin is inspired by the late King of Pop for instance.
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