Elite Traveler Winter 2021


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Davidor 18k yellow gold and lacquered ceramic L’Arc de Davidor bangle, $8,650, Bergdorf Goodman New York Jewelry Salon, +1 888 774 2424, davidor.com

Deakin & Francis 18k yellow gold, royal-blue enamel and 0.02 carats diamond T-bar cufflinks, $6,810, mrporter.com

John Hardy reticulated pendant necklace, $3,200, johnhardy.com

Bleue Burnham recycled 9k gold Bellow bangle, $1,875, matchesfashion.com

Le Gramme 18k polished yellow gold ring, $2,905, legramme.com

TomWood 9k recycled gold and natural green marble ring, $1,883, tomwoodproject.com

Men’s jewelry When it comes to the gift-giving season, not all treasures are created equal. Men’s jewelry has been around for centuries, some might say even before the advent of women’s jewelry: Men have worn jewelry to display their social position, wealth, affluence and status throughout history, as far back as ancient Egypt, Rome and Mesopotamia. Thanks in no small part to famous celebrity faces from Harry Styles and Timothée Chalamet to Michael B. Jordan and Brad Pitt, men’s jewelry is having a well-deserved resurgence, and designers are taking note. Some of the biggest designer names in Paris and Milan are channeling the ‘bigger is better’ trope. If that’s not your style, contemporary men’s jewelry designers are ensuring there are plenty of subtle, but no less stylish, pieces to accessorize your neck, fingers or wrist with. Elsewhere, cufflinks might not be the first port of call when you think of jewelry for men, but the craftsmanship in these pieces ensure that your sleeves have treasures of their very own.

Cartier rhodiumized 18k white gold Clash de Cartier bracelet, $9,850, cartier.com

Hoorsenbuhs sterling silver open link bracelet, $1,250, hoorsenbuhs.com

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