Fine jewelry lovers are currently showing appreciation for a good staple piece, like a classic hoop earring, a timeless signet pinky ring or a sturdy gold chain.

Deborah Pagani can deliver just about any jewelry wardrobe must-have, in addition to her investment-worthy one-of-a-kinds, but only if it involves a cool girl twist; there’s nothing basic about her daily jewelry go-tos.

The New York City-based designer has concocted her version of the latter item, a perfect gold chain, with her signature pill motif transformed into four of the links. Each opens, allowing one long, 22” chain link necklace to alternatively become a pair of bracelets, a short collar, a Y-necklace or a doubled-up necklace style.

The versatile Interlocking Pill Link Necklace, rendered in 18-karat gold with diamonds and black enamel (though any variety of metal, enamel and gemstone is possible) offers five looks in one for $13,900, available via the designer’s website.

See every iteration below.


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