Independent jewellery brand Stooki and Topman have set the pre-Christmas collaboration bar quite high as they are launching this 18-carat gold plated Geodesic collection on November 28th. This 11-piece range, which you can see completely here, focuses on form, layering and innovation whilst exploring the positioning of shapes to create illusions, symmetry and mathematics. It’s like menswear maths, which is far more interesting.
Whilst each piece is hand-crafted, this collaboration is not expensive and all of the bold pieces make a unique statement for everyday dressing as they bridge the gap between jewellery and the garment. Why? Because the collection adorn every day menswear clothing, with key pieces such as sharp button covers and ornate collar tips to create luxury street wear. Who said jewellery meant just rings and necklaces…
Stooki is an independent jewellery & apparel label based in London that has its roots and identity in presenting themed capsule collections. Through music, interactive art and immersive events, Stooki was founded by Quincey Cassell Williams, Nadia Abbas and Luke Hippolyte, also known as the Stooki Craft Makers, who have been commissioned for previous projects by The V&A, The Tate, Red Bull and Adidas.
This limited edition range will be available in the following Topman branches; Oxford Circus, Topman General Store, Manchester, LA, New York and online. Prices for the 11-piece collection range from £20 for gold-plated collar tips to £60 for heavy statement rings – which as I said, is not expensive.