Men’s jewellery: 4 young labels to watch

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An overview of the new houses that are popularising jewellery for men.

Le Gramme

Created by Erwan Le Louër, Le Gramme appeals to aesthetes who are fans of minimalism. Made in France and Germany, the pieces that the brand’s fetishists like to accumulate are named after their weight in grams. We love the elegant silver ribbon or cable bracelets, the intertwined rings in 925 silver or ceramic, and the necklaces with graphic medals.

 
 
 
 
 
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In Gold We Trust

Who said that costume jewellery was only for women? Created by the architect Héloïse Chiron and the designer Louis Marie De Bridiers, In Gold We Trust breaks all the established rules. Beaded bracelets and necklaces adorned with shells, rings in large gold mesh and dangling earrings are available in unisex fashion and break free from the diktats.

 
 
 
 
 
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Antiprocess

Created by the creative duo Thibaut Royer and Antoine Venco, these silver rings with geometric shapes and poetic inspirations are fashion accessories in their own right. Special mention to the Grand Street ring and the Wong model, announced must-haves spotted in the hands of all the most cutting-edge trend setters of the moment.

 
 
 
 
 
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Mosais

Mosais creations are ultra-sensorial, merging with the skin. Created using 3D technology, these jewels that mix textures are statement pieces that sublimate the most refined looks. You’ll love the cuff bracelets and pendants with their mysterious scent, which age gracefully due to their oxidised appearance.

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