#USA The signet ring is making a comeback after Brad Pitt continues to step out wearing one #USNews

#USA The signet ring is making a comeback after Brad Pitt continues to step out wearing one #USNews

#USA The signet ring is making a comeback after Brad Pitt continues to step out wearing one #USNews

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History repeats itself! After Brad Pitt continues to step out donning a signet ring, the symbolic bauble is making a comeback with men everywhere

  • Brad, 58, has been wowing everyone on the red carpet of the global promotional circuit for ‘Bullet Train’
  • From linen looks to matching sets, the leading man has been making his own rules, and accessorizing every look with a special piece of the jewelry: the signet ring
  • Originating from the Latin word ‘signum’ meaning ‘sign,’ the signet ring is rich in history and tradition
  • In the last 12 months, the category has seen a 72% uptick in sales at David Yurman

Brad Pitt has been hitting the global promotional circuit for ‘Bullet Train’ breaking all red carpet rules and wowing fans.

Forget a tailored suit or stuffy tuxedo, the 58-year-old is shaking things up rocking everything from a linen look to a matching set with sneakers. 

But no matter what he puts on, one thing remains the same: his signet ring.

#USA The signet ring is making a comeback after Brad Pitt continues to step out wearing one #USNews

Brad Pitt has been hitting the ‘Bullet Train’ press circuit with a foolproof fashion formula that’s breaking all red carpet rules

The 58-year-old is completing his ensembles with a very special piece of jewelry: the signet ring

The 58-year-old is completing his ensembles with a very special piece of jewelry: the signet ring

In Los Angeles, the actor donned a green linen suit with yellow sneakers

In Seoul, South Korea he rocked a denim look with red sneakers

Forget the classic suit or stuffy tuxedo, Brad is rocking comfy matching sets with sneakers

Brad Pitt is a style chameleon and the leading man's latest look is perhaps his best.

In Seoul, South Korea he donned a bright pink suit

The leading man’s latest look is perhaps his best

Originating from the Latin word ‘signum’ meaning ‘sign,’ the signet ring is rich in history and tradition. 

‘Medieval nobleman wore this style of ring to wax-seal envelopes and the signet, in turn, became a type of signature,’ shared Lee Tucker, Head of Merchandising, Marketing, and Creative Operations at David Yurman. 

Typically the bauble bore a family crest on its distinguishable flat bezel. The engraving or carving was deep enough to leave an impression in melted wax.

‘Today’s signets have that same personal value, a second-skin signifier of the wearer’s style and personality,’ said Lee.

Originating from the Latin word 'signum' meaning 'sign,' the signet ring is rich in history and tradition

Typically the bauble bore a family crest on its distinguishable flat bezel

‘Medieval nobleman wore this style of ring to wax-seal envelopes and the signet, in turn, became a type of signature,’ shared Lee Tucker, Head of Merchandising, Marketing, and Creative Operations at David Yurman

In the last 12 months, the jewelry experts reveals that the category has seen 72% uptick in sales

'Brad’s David Yurman ring features a depiction of the ancient Greek “Bee of Ephesus” - a symbol of health, knowledge, and power - closely associated with the deity Artemis'

For men hesitant to wear jewelry, Lee says ‘a signet ring is a great first purchase because it really is a piece you’ll never take off.’ In the last 12 months, the experts reveals that the category has seen 72% uptick in sales

Seems Brad may be inspiring the next menswear trend. 

In the last 12 months, Lee reveals that the category has seen a 72% uptick in sales. 

Guys can be a bit hesitant about wearing jewelry but the expert says ‘a signet ring is a great first purchase because it really is a piece you’ll never take off.’

Adding: ‘Men are gravitating to this classic style, especially when made modern through dramatic diamond pave, polished inlayed stone, or compelling symbolic motifs.’ 

Traditionally the piece is worn on the pinky finger of the non-dominant hand. 

But like everything else fashion related, Brad is making his own rules and wearing his David Yurman bauble – featuring a depiction of the ancient Greek “Bee of Ephesus” – on his ring finger.

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