It’s a new addition to the designer’s charm collection.
Jacquie Aiche Just Launched Her First Full-On Men’s Collection
This one’s for the boys.
Los Angeles—Designer Jacquie Aiche’s range of second-skin, talismanic fine jewelry has garnered a cult following of female devotees with equal parts interest in fashion and spirituality.
Now, men are getting in on the action.
This fall, Aiche debuted a dedicated men’s assortment of jewelry and accessories on her website, dishing out more masculine versions of some of her best-selling concepts.
Think crystal pendants amplified with gold and rustic diamond accents, or a selection of the designer’s signature crocodile amulets.
Chunky signet rings and beaded gemstone bracelets are new for the men’s collection, though they would look just as lovely on women. (With rings starting at size 6, that’s a viable option.)
While some styles from Aiche’s existing oeuvre are arguably unisex, her body chain-centric collections have made the brand decidedly female-facing.
The launch of a men’s range answers demand from male fans, the designer explained in a statement.
“I feel blessed to work with some of the most creative men, who inspire me endlessly,” she said.
“Over the past year, the demand for a men’s collection was growing stronger and stronger—these men pushed me to finally launch it. I wanted to be able to give my guys the same energy that I see my girls light up with … an energy that makes you feel so good, empowered, and sexy as soon as the pieces touch the skin. After all, they deserve it too!"
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Starting at $225, the men’s collection also includes Aiche’s one-off customized Rolex watches and vintage denim shirts.
New pieces will continue to roll out on JacquieAiche.com, but for now, the pièce de résistance is a woven 18-karat gold mesh pouch pendant, perfect for storing crystals, priced at $20,000.
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