Brad Pitt Wears Bracelets, Necklaces, and Rings from Miami-Based Jeweler Miansai in His GQ Style Cover Shoot.
It’s a strange photo shoot, with Brad Pitt looking lost or abandoned in America’s National Parks. He addresses his failed marriage and personal demons in an interview that gets pretty heavy, but he seems to be heading in a healthy new direction. We certainly wish him the best!
Miansai makes men’s accessories, bags, and leather goods that are inspired by exploration. We like the timeless nautical designs, but everything they make is stylish and well-crafted.
Men’s jewelry should never be weak or fragile. It should hold up on the golf course, and in the ocean, as well as the corporate boardroom. Miansai uses marine-grade ropes in their bracelets, and source their leather directly from Italy.
Here are a few pieces we recommend:
Anchor Leather Metal Wrap Bracelet
This matte black metal anchor attached to a durable black leather band looks sleek and more rock n’ roll than high seas adventure. Pair it with this Oris Pilot Automatic Chronograph Stainless Steel and Canvas Watch for a truly heroic look.
Moore Leather Sterling Silver Wrap Bracelet
These leather bracelets look at home on your wrist whether you’re wearing shorts or a three-piece suit. We’ve always said wearing a tasteful bracelet lets women know you give a damn and shows you put a little thought into your appearance. These wrap bracelets work great by themselves or worn two at a time. They are designed to wrap twice around your wrist, and the sterling silver clasp dresses them up a bit while keeping them well fastened. Looks great with this Breitling Watch.
Silver-plated Anchor Necklace
A cool understated necklace can really compliment the look of a t-shirt on a casual day. This silver-plated anchor necklace is long enough to just slip over your head as you head out the door. The anchor looks strong without being distracting to create a well-balanced and handsome design.
You can read the full interview here: ‘Brad Pitt Talks Divorce, Quitting Drinking, and Becoming a Better Man’