Updated: Jun 3, 2021
The concept that ‘jewellery is feminine’ is fast fading, and perspectives on fashion and gender expression are changing.
Celebrities like Harry Styles and Billy Porter are appearing on magazine covers and red carpets with gender-fluid clothing and unisex accessories and Daniel Kaluuya, who won Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars this year, his draped a diamond Cartier necklace over his casual black t-shirt and suit combo.
King of Bling
For a master class on how to wear men’s jewellery confidently, look no further than
Formula 1 Champion Lewis Hamilton. On the track Hamilton is recognisable for his love of diamonds, always sporting diamond studs and huggies, he also has a diamond, Maria Tash nose stud. Off-track he adds to his look with stacked bangles and layered necklaces.
“They say, ‘diamonds are a woman’s best friend,’” Hamilton once told the New York Times. “I disagree, because they can be the same for men. I’m probably the only man in my sport who wears diamonds.”
Rings for Relationships
While same-sex couples have celebrated their love by exchanging men’s engagement rings for years, the rise in women proposing to their male partners has also impacted this trend with many more couples celebrating their commitment to one another before their wedding day.
Tiffany & Co. recently announced a line of diamond engagement rings called the Charles Tiffany Setting. Named after the company’s founder, Charles Lewis Tiffany.
Shaun Leane the British jewellery designer, who recently appeared as a judge on the BBC series All That Glitters, wears his jewellery with flair and style. Our Shaun Leane collection features some great unisex pieces. Stylish bracelets, rings and pendant necklaces, as well as super stylish cufflinks and tie pins.