Last fall I posted about the upcoming men's accessory line from Fallon. So here's a quick peek at the new collection which I was able to view at the Fenton/Fallon sample sale last week. While they ran out of the Tim Hamilton pieces before I got there, this personal preview of the line more than made up for it!Most of the pieces were in a brushed or oxidized silver and had great hardware. Spikes were also prevalent. Larger ones formed part of the body of the piece while smaller ones are tacked on the the closure which I thought was a subtle touch.
There were also a couple chunky linked metal bracelets as well as some thinner options and an enameled cuff. In general, the line's aesthetic is on point with Lorenz's women's counterpoints and maintains a rocker/punk edgy vibe while avoiding tackiness - I'm definitely a fan!
While I was deciding on what piece to grab, I took note of the python covered table the pieces were set up on! It was mesmerizing and just made the collection look that much better. On a side note, the staff at the Fenton/Fallon showroom were amazing and took the time to lay all the pieces out for me on a separate table away from the sample sale so I could browse in peace.
By the end of it, I decided on this necklace. The hardware is subtle and the toggle bar can be maneuvered around for various placements (I have a thing for versatile pieces that can be worn in multiple ways).