The trend of owning genderless jewelry is increasingly popular. The dream of decorative gems no longer belongs only to women as the number of men joining this expensive race increases.
The gender line is overshadowed, it’s time to welcome the age of unisex jewelry
Renowned jeweler Tiffany & Co. recently launched a bracelet inspired by a padlock named Tiffany Lock. With the motto “No rules. All welcome” (Translation: No rules. All are welcome), this design is the product of “open heads” from the team of Tiffany & Co. contributing to promoting the rise of the movement to break the limits of creativity, which here is represented by unisex jewelry.
Unisex jewelry is not an unfamiliar term or style. It is an inevitable part of genderless fashion but can also be born out of personal preference. The accessories that flatter one person’s eyes and suit the other’s taste have gradually erased the male and female labels on the designer’s sketch board. The 1970 Cartier Juste un Clou bracelet was originally designed for women but was also popular with men.
When the world is more open, it will not be strange for a muscular guy who is not afraid to show off a few bracelets he bought for himself right at the track! Look no further, Harry Styles is actively promoting, rather, affirming its fashion ego through feminine outfits. Shawn Mendes is graceful again in a white silk blend combined with a classic David Yurman pearl ring ahead of the 2020 Grammys.
While you may feel like the movement is being fueled by A-listers, there are clear signs that unisex jewelry will become more sustainable, rather than following the trends of the younger generation. Specifically, the goodwill attitude of the giants in the jewelry industry. The unisex design game is getting more and more crowded with the participation of BVLGARI, Chaumet, CHANEL, and even Boucheron!
In 1999, Maison Italy launched BST B. Zero1 to welcome a new millennium. The 3D spiral design encrusted on the cylindrical body simulates the majestic architecture of the Colosseum through the design style with the characteristic curving lines of Zaha Hadid. The asymmetrical nature of B.Zero 1 is the rejection of the rules of balance in jewelry making. Not only classified as a captivating and daring work of art that is timeless, but the genderless beauty in B.Zero 1 is also an affirmation of a gender-equal society.
The contemporary look in Chaumet’s eyes at the helix surrounding the Vendôme copper column is clearly reproduced in the Torsade de Chaumet collection. The gem “DNA bands” are rotating around a vertical axis in the middle, symbolizing the impermanent movements in life. The “twist” is a dialogue between the old and the new, between the traditional material is brilliant diamonds but more modernly restructured to suit all audiences.
Gabrielle Chanel was a pioneer in freeing women from tight corsets. The minimalist and elegant designs from CHANEL all exude a free spirit, an attitude of life that refuses to follow the rules. The Coco Crush collection, promoted by Ambassador Jennie (BLACKPINK) also evokes that strong spirit. The classic fillings motif has now been recreated on rings, earrings, and pendants.
“I wanted to republish these 149 designs into a 21st-century version. For women and men who want to express their individuality and style.” That is the affirmation of Creative Director Claire Choisne when talking about the design of New Maharajahs. The nobility is reflected in the blue crystal drops from nine 40-carat Colombian emeralds, while the purity is conveyed through the dominant transparent color. The design resembles the real version of Indian patterns, crystallized from traditional techniques such as glyptics, and stone carving to “woven” together to create a piece of splendid jewelry for both men and women.
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