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Modern Jewellery for Modern Men

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Modern Jewellery for Modern Men


Modern Jewellery for Modern Men

Rings from Bvlgari’s B.zero1 Collection


Modern Jewellery for Modern Men

Move Titanium graphite necklace by Messika Joaillerie

Major jewellery houses recently unveiled a curated selection of men’s jewellery pieces that meld masculine sophistication with a sporty and contemporary appeal in homage to fathers all over the world.

Bvlgari brings to the fore the charm of modern gentlemen with luxury watches and jewellery to help celebrate Father’s Day on June 20. The new and improved Bvlgari Aluminium is now designed with a mechanical self-winding movement and a more resistant aluminium alloy, making it an ideal accessory and fashionable item for men.

Inspired by the historic Colosseum, Bvlgari’s unisex B.zero1 collection – with its characteristic spiral, black ceramic and stud design – likewise offers sparkling gift ideas for dads.

Cartier also relies on its beloved collections to pay homage to design-savvy fathers. These include Juste un Clou bracelets, Santos de Cartier watches and sunglasses, Pasha de Cartier eau de toilette, Must de Cartier credit card wallet and Panthère de Cartier stationery box.

The androgynous wrist-hugging Juste un Clou bracelets in 18-karat white or yellow gold can be worn as a stand-alone piece or stacked together. The iconic Santos de Cartier watch meanwhile showcases Parisian geometric styles combined with other modern features that make it suitable for any occasion. 

Messika meanwhile shines the spotlight on the Move Titanium jewels in celebration of Father’s Day. The collection is composed of cufflinks, bracelets and necklaces. 

“Whether selecting a bracelet on a cord or in a bangle version, the masculine undertones remain with the elegance of the signature sliding diamonds,” the company said. “Move Titanium represents the three phases of life: The past, the present and the future – forever brilliant within the heart of the diamonds.”

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