by Stephen Garner

Title Of Work, the brand known for its luxury men’s accessories, is launching a new jewelry collection.

The new line plays off of a neutral esthetic and masculine, feminine duality. With the continuation of the brand’s push for a different approach to luxury, this new collection explores a finer interpretation of its men’s jewelry through bold, chunky statement pieces meant to be worn by anyone who loves them— male, female, or gender nonbinary. Editor’s note: the brand debuted jewelry in 2015, but this new launch is specifically a female-meets-unisex collection for fall/winter ’20.

This 53-piece collection of necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings arrives with mixed metals of recycled sterling silver, 18k gold, and ethically sourced diamonds all handmade in the brand’s NYC atelier. The brand’s continuous commitment to a conscious approach was prioritized, highlighting artisanal values, small production batches, and locally sourced sustainable materials. Pricing ranges from $250-$5,000.

The inspiration for the new offering and the decision to expand the brand stems from founder and creative director Jonathan Meizler’s recognition of individuals looking to purchase an alternative to the very delicate and feminine jewelry offered as well as the push to combine masculine and feminine identity into the materials.

Title Of Work launches its fall/winter ‘20 collection in a series of campaign collaborations with photographer Mark Carrasquillo. Carrasquillo showcased his skills for the campaign collaboration through a “bathtub” series of intimate portraits.