The collection, launching November 28, is the first collaborative venture that the independent lifestyle brand have tried their hand at.
Made up of 11 pieces, the “Geodesic” range has particular emphasis on form, layering and innovation. The company has experimented with the idea of illusion through the use of shape and geometry in a mathematical light. To top it off, the jewellery is plated with 18-carat gold, which is bang on-trend this season teamed with all-black everything.
One-to-watch Olympic Champion Anthony Joshua has already been flaunting the collection as well as model Becca Dudley and producer Lunice – who co-produced Kanye West’s track Blood on the Leaves, an artist who is renowned for his gold statement jewellery.
Stööki have previously been involved with our well established companies such as Adidas and their work recently had its very own exhibition at TATE Modern. Their future in fashion is promising, and with such a prominent collection being released, they have set themselves up for a flawless start.
With jewellery typically associated with women, especially in high street fashion, this company has opened doors to the potential prospect of men’s rings, necklaces and collar clips being a lot more commercialised and accessible – which is fantastic.
By teaming up with Topman, easily one of – if not the most – popular high street store for teenage boys, perhaps the idea of wearing jewellery will no longer seen as intimidating. It will surely be revolutionary, especially with such unique pieces being launched. It’s all very exciting.
To see some items from the collection, take a look at the companies teaser clip for the collection as well as the lookbook – you will not be disappointed.
Words: Sarah Mushet