The influx of dedicated men’s (and unisex) jewelry collections only continue to ramp up, with labels including Tiffany & Co. and Byredo placing their bid on the market in recent months. One of the longstanding fixtures in the luxury end of the space is M. Cohen — founded nearly 10 years ago by surfer and designer Maor Cohen — whose recent releases present extravagant takes on the brand’s signature beaded bracelets.
The “Shimu” edition features a pointy bead design and is crafted of luxe gold and sterling silver. Each of the beads is then topped with minuscule black and white diamonds, upping the premium construction of the minimalistic piece. A gold-clad T-bar fastener adds the final detail to the clean style.
M. Cohen’s equally lavish counterpart, the “Jacks” model” (which was inspired by the old school game of the same name), is also coated in sterling silver and gold to continue the opulent aesthetic. Meanwhile, its diamond-adorned beads are shaped like circles, offering more of a geometric look. It’s finished off with the classic T-bar closure to round everything out.
For more in jewelry, take a look at MAPLE’s new Spring/Summer 2020 collection featuring edgy chains and rings.