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Gone are the days of low-key leather bracelets, now a whole raft of designers are taking genderless gems to a new level. Take Harris Reed and Missoma for example; earlier this year, the gender-fluid designer and the eponymous jewellery brand collaborated on a collection aimed at ‘jewellery for everyone’. Here, jewels were embellished with dual-gender butterflies, serpents and daggers, all sprinkled with a touch of the Harris Reed glamour. At Fernando Jorge’s new ‘Sync’ collection, knuckle-duster rings and interlocking yellow gold chains had a distinct 1970s vibe; designed to be worn daily. For something more subtle go to mrporter.com where Suzanne Kalan’s first foray into men’s jewellery comes in sultry black baguette sapphires. Never one to shy away, Theo Fennell says his gender-fluid pieces ‘should be worn by anyone with enough pizzaz’. His opulent, Renaissance style signet ring comes with added decadence. And lastly, to Boucheron where a high jewellery Holographic brooch is a decorative triumph.