Stacked Rings Are Now for Men Too

  • Photo by Lisa Charles Watson, Styling by Charles W. Bumgardner
    Spinelli Kilcollin's 18-karat rings ($800 to $3,200 as shown) are available in varying widths and can be customized with a choice of gold (rose, yellow, or white). Photo by Lisa Charles Watson, Styling by Charles W. Bumgardner
  • Sarah Carvalho

In the 6 years since its founding, the Los Angeles–based company Spinelli Kilcollin (spinellikilcollin.com) has established a wide circle of friends—fans of designer Yves Spinelli’s jewelry, in particular his interlocking men’s rings, which can be worn across three fingers or stacked on one. “I don’t like trends,” says Spinelli, “so the connected circle is really about as timeless as it gets.” His 18-karat rings ($800 to $3,200 as shown) are available in varying widths and can be customized with a choice of gold (rose, yellow, or white), blackened metal, and diamond accents.  

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