I want to do that, I want to do this. I want to enjoy life even more! Based on such greedy thoughts, we will deliver the daily life of editor-in-chief Ishii, who enjoys life full of distractions. This time I would like to talk about my personal favorite jewelry, especially rings. Ishii will be displaying his favorite personal items.
About 20 years ago, LEON started its first jewelry series. Since I was young, I had been interested in Indian jewelry and silver, and even had earrings pierced, so I was put in charge of the project, even though I had no qualms about jewelry.At that time, men's jewelry was still in its infancy. Especially when it came to targeting the older generation at the time, it was difficult to select products and plan... Nowadays, it doesn't matter whether it's men's or women's clothing, as long as it's the right size. Well, now are the good times.
It's still cold, but spring is just around the corner. Take your hands out of your pockets, open your chest, and let your jewelry come into play! So, this time I will be showing off my personal jewelry, especially rings.
From the left in the photo: Tom Wood's "Poteling". This Norwegian brand features a simple yet soft form typical of Scandinavian design. Because of its shape similar to college rings and intaglio rings, this ring is often used for American casual or military styles, or as a complement to a suit.
Next is Boucheron's Quatre. It's no exaggeration to say that LEON started a fire, and we've been introducing it so much since its release (lol). This type, which has a standard four-layer structure, has a sense of volume that makes it stand out, and above all, because it uses three golds of yellow, white, and pink, it does not match the colors of other jewelry, belts, and shoe buckles. The creepy thing is that you can wear it without worrying about it. There's no need to worry about coordination. No, it's a masterpiece!
There's no need to explain this one either, ``Force 10'' by ``Fred.'' Bracelets with cable motifs are famous for designs inspired by marine sports, but rings like this also exist. The photo shows a size that can be used as a pinkie, and the standard Yarikuchi is layered with the slender, delicate ring introduced next. Coupled with my origins, I'm a fan of diamonds and yellow gold, which goes perfectly with summer outfits.
Lastly, we would like to introduce three delicate rings. From the left: ``Chaumet'' (yellow gold), ``De Beers'' (yellow gold), and ``De Beers'' (pink gold). The advantage of a delicate ring is that when used alone, it creates a subtle yet meaningful sense of sexiness. And it's easy to combine with other rings.
When I look at it this way, I realize that I like yellow gold (lol).
Oh, there is a photo that I previously posted in a column for members, so I'd like to share it with you at the end. This was taken at the Japan Cigar Association's award event, and the Fred you see here is layered with Chaumet. see you!