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A precious nod to the pedestrian anti-theft badges pinned to clothes.
A+R's Andy Griffith devised this transformation from plastic to precious metal even before A+R's start in 2005. We're thrilled to see it finally realized in 2012 thanks to our provocateur pals behind Cast of Vices, Jay LeCompte and Chris Glancy.
The co-branded brooch, in fact, inspired the security theme for CoV's Collection No. 6. Jay and Chris toy with the societal obsession for security by re-contextualizing the most pedestrian of "protective" accessories as luxury frills: chain links as modular units; security cables and handcuffs refined into covetable wrist décor—and, with a little help from their friends at A+R, plastic sensors as brooches to brandish.
Dangle one from a tote bag or off a hat; it's particularly dashing on a lapel or handkerchief pocket on a suit jacket. Andy debuted a gunmetal one pinned to his tux jacket and stole the show!