Founded in 1923 in Germany by Hugo Ferdinand, the brand is now sold in more than one hundred and ten countries. Hugo Boss sets the standard in the market for men's fashion especially with its suits and shirts. It is therefore natural that the brand has chosen to develop a wide range of stylish and colourful cufflinks.
Since 1990, Christopher Simpson, a British designer, has specialised in the creation of cufflinks uniquely designed in a British and humorous style. Made in England, his high-quality designs have enabled the designer to make his name and to be represented today in department stores such as Harrods and Selfridges.
Founded in 1786 by Benjamin Woolfield, in 1882 this family company was renamed Deakin & Francis. For seven generations they have been producing handmade jewelry and quality cufflinks. They are all hand made in the workshop of Deakin and Francis in Birmingham using noble materials such as solid gold and silver. The House now has over 1000 designs of cufflinks to its credit.
This Franco-American jewelry designer, a graduate of the Parsons School of Design in New York in 1995, worked for Hermes, Chanel and Christie's before opening her own studio in Paris in 2001. For her, cufflinks give "a touch of personality with class." Thanks to the innovativeness of her collections, the Diane de Navacelle company succeeded in establishing its reputation and now exhibits its creations in large hotels like the George V, in salons, department stores and also works with major brands such as L'Oréal.
Created by Jean Goldberg in 1950, this high-end French ready-to-wear fashion house was originally a tailor's workshop-boutique in the rue de Paradis in Nice, quickly becoming a standard-setter for the French Riviera. In 1961, Jean's son, Albert Goldberg, took over the shop, developed it in France and abroad, and renamed it Façonnable in 1969. The brand quickly became the leader in the men's market and also offered eyewear collections, watches and a collection of ready-to-wear clothes for women. With the arrival of its new artistic director, Daniel Kearns, Façonnable is continuing to develop while remaining true to its origins, particularly with a collection of chic, elegant and timeless cufflinks, portraying a nautical theme by way of reference to the French Riviera.
Geraldine Valluet, a graduate of the Berçot fashion design school where she discovered a passion for jewelry making, began her career by creating jewelry for the haute couture shows of Dior, Chloe and Yves Saint Laurent. She then collaborated with several fashion houses such as Agnès B and Paul Smith. In 1992 Geraldine Valluet decided to create her own jewelry brand, inspired by the environment around her and by her travels. For each of her creations, she uses noble materials which she assembles by hand in her studio in Montmartre.
Two Italians, Anna and Franco, are the founders of the artisanal company Geminos. These two artists make original cufflinks by hand in their workshop, combining tradition, creativity and innovation and using noble materials such as mother-of-pearl, wood, precious and semi-precious stones.
Founded in London in 1983 by Jeremy Hackett and Ashley Lloyd-Jennings, this company, the guarantor of English style, is also very involved in sports, including polo, motor racing and rugby. The brand set up a branch in Paris in 1994 and is now present in over 30 countries. In the cufflinks of Hackett London you find British and sporting symbols such as polo numbers or bowler hats.
Created in 1889 by Jeanne Lanvin, this is the oldest French Haute Couture House. Since 2001, artistic management has been entrusted to Alber Elbaz, who has remained faithful to the ideas of the founder. He also appointed Lucas Ossendrijer as artistic director for the menswear range in 2005. It is thanks to the collaboration and ingenuity of these two men that the vision of the menswear collection has been achieved, offering modern and elegant fashions, which are the qualities also found in the cufflink collection.
Founded in Paris in 1932 by Maria Nielli, known as Nina Ricci, a French seamstress of Italian origin, the Maison Haute Couture Nina Ricci is recognised internationally for its romantic style, a cross between love and freedom. In 2009, the Briton Peter Copping became the director of design. He brought a more contemporary vision of women, both sensual and elegant. He also developed accessories for the brand, including cufflinks which are classical but with the elegance that is unique to the house of Nina Ricci.
Originally intending to become a professional cyclist, Paul Smith suffered an accident at the age of 17, and changed direction toward the world of fashion and ready-to-wear clothes for men. Today, this British designer has twelve product lines, including cufflinks, socks and scarves, recognisable thanks to the multicoloured stripes that are characteristic of the brand. Paul Smith products are largely manufactured in England or Italy from European materials.
Specialising in men's accessories and jewelry, Stahl Design, as a German brand, commands great expertise and creates impeccably finished cufflinks collections. Classical and modern at once, the Stahl Design cufflinks reflect all the refinement and elegance of the male sex.
Founded in 1872 by Simon Tissot-Dupont, the heart of the S.T. Dupont company was first of all luggage and luxury leather goods. Most notably, it created a travel case for the Empress Eugénie, a luxury case for Queen Elizabeth II, the famous Bogie bag for Humphrey Bogart and the Riviera bag for actress Audrey Hepburn. It was in 1941 that S.T. Dupont created the first S.T. Dupont cigarette lighter following an order from the Maharaja of Patiala, a loyal customer of the house. It was also due to a special order, from Jackie Kennedy, that the house in 1973 created its first pen. S.T. Dupont is also diversifying by offering a collection of classic and elegant cufflinks.
Sonia Spencer designed her first collection of cufflinks in the late 1980s. Fashionable and trendy, her designs found immediate success which has stayed with her ever since. All her cufflinks are handmade in England.
After studies in finance and a seven-year career on Wall Street and in the City of London, Robert Tateossian decided in 1990 to create his own company with the aim of offering a unique and high quality collection of jewelry and accessories for men and women. This designer, whose nickname is the "King of Cufflinks" succeeded in overturning the rules to make cufflinks a trendy accessory. The fact that all his creations are handmade in workshops in Birmingham also contributes to the reputation of this brand.
The Nines has created for you a range of cufflinks made from noble materials with an impeccable finish. Timeless and essential, the classics from The Nines bring you the elegance and sophistication necessary to perfect your outfit in every detail.
Toye, Kenning & Spencer has been designing and marketing accessories for men for over three centuries. This house uses traditional materials such as gold and silver in the manufacture of cufflinks. Building on its success, this British brand now takes special orders to meet the specific needs of its customers. The designs are colourful and make use of the main British symbols including the Royal Crown and the Union Jack.
After training in jewelry design at the Central St Martins College of Art, a prestigious London university, Babette Wasserman opened her studio in Notting Hill where she creates her own jewelry and cufflinks. She also works for other big-name brands such as Alfred Dunhill, Kenzo and Aquascutum. Ten years ago she began to create reversible cufflinks. Thanks to the innovative design of her products, Babette Wasserman is now recognised internationally.
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