Much like Nick Wooster, Philip Crangi floats my yatch.
GQ has this to say: There aren’t many dudes we know who have more gritty, personal style than Philip Crangi. His rugged, weathered rings, bracelets, and necklaces are tough enough to silence even the fiercest of anti-man-jewelry advocates. He first launched his line Giles & Brothers back in 2001.
He sounds rather nice doesn’t he? And he looks rather nice too.