It all started with a pinky ring. Jewelry designer Nina Runsdorf had a 3.5-carat rock and wanted to create something for herself that was less conventionally precious than the refined jewels she typically makes. “Everybody loves a good pinky ring,” Runsdorf says of the logic behind the resulting bauble. “It’s just a really fun way to wear an accessory that’s not as serious—it’s certainly a conversation starter.” Although it wasn’t her plan, the design quickly began earning compliments from guys, leading Runsdorf to venture into the world of men’s jewelry. Read more at Robb Report.