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Tateossian cufflinks

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Valmont, Nov 28, 2002.

  1. Valmont

    Valmont Senior member

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    like them, hate them or think they are too loud??? Any opinions on his collection?
     
  2. pstoller

    pstoller Senior member

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    I like the look of a lot of his links, but too many of them are toggle-back, against which I have a certain prejudice. My feeling is, "real" cufflinks should have some sort of design on both sides, not just one. Toggles are OK if you're wearing some goofy vintage Swank cufflinks or some such, but not for serious jewelry. So, for me, when Tateossian starts to take the design of his cufflinks more seriously, so will I.
     
  3. Valmont

    Valmont Senior member

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    You make a very good point, but then again I don't think Tateossian would want to be taken too seriously anyways. His designs cater mostly to needs of derviatives traders and analysts with an odd sense of humour. One would hardly wear his links to a black tie or even semi formal event.
     

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