Breast Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women worldwide. It is rare to meet someone who has not been effected by the disease directly. But with the increase in awareness and early diagnosis, the amount of women who die from the disease has been on the constant decline since 1990.
For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, jewelry company, Glamulet, has produced a series of beads and charms and the beads are not only symbolic– 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the breast cancer charity of their choice.
I will be adding a charm to the bracelet that I wear every day– keeping the spirit of “Pink October” with me year-round.
Join Glamulet in helping all women faced with this disease live to the fullest.
We all know that women’s fashions come and go with the seasons and honestly, men’s fashions do too. But with menswear, the changes are often more subtle. The cut of a lapel, the slimness of a pant leg, or length of a short are considered to be dramatic changes in their realm. The re-emergence of jewelry as a trend for men is one that personally gets me verrrry excited.
According to a recent feature in The New York Times, London jewelry designer Hannah Martin, men’s jewelry is on the rise, her business seeing significant growth in the category over the past 10 years. In that same article, Mr. Porter— the brother site to high-end online retailer and Kyle Grinnage favorite, Net-A-Porter— has expanded its offering in the men’s accessories department according to customer demand.
I have always loved a man who wears jewelry. And I’m not talking about the mere presence of a wedding ring. Jewelry has the power to make a statement and reveal the wearer’s attention to detail. The presence of a cross worn around the neck. Leather bands wrapped around the wrist. Gummy bracelets supporting an honored cause.