Passionate about art and designer objects, Erwan Le Loër, formerly in charge of Maison Margiela jewellery, founded Le Gramme in 2013. A minimalist label that reflects its designer's style, it has reinterpreted a noble material – silver – in the most elementary way. Though Le Gramme is known for its impactful style and its delicate yet precise finishes, it's the details that really translate the creative vision of Erwan Le Loër. If he describes himself as detail-obsessed, it's because he doesn't just scribble sketches and then have them made: each element of a Le Gramme piece of jewellery is carefully thought out and its use anticipated, to get it exactly right. The aim is to design jewellery with clean lines and a streamlined, minimalist style. In fact, Le Gramme is the perfect extension of its creator, his sensitivity, his style, and his love of precision. This precision applies to weight, in particular: each Le Gramme creation is named according to its weight in grams - a return to the most rudimentary simplicity of jewellery. Understated and elegant, Le Gramme designs can be mixed, matched and layered for a play on repetition, allowing every man - though not exclusively - to curate their ideal look. From pendants with rounded or rectangular shapes, to rings, earrings and bracelets with a timeless yet contemporary industrial feel, Le Gramme jewellery is both seductive and versatile. There's no shortage of signature pieces, either. First the Ruban ring, which gets thicker according to its 3g, 7g or 9g versions, and its equally attractive counterpart the Jonc, worn on the wrist. Then come the many bracelets with metallic links, such as the Entrelacs, the Beads and the Câble Nato, also available in a cord version. One of the things we love about Le Gramme bracelets is the way in which they reinvent the aesthetics of the brand through various textures and colourways. Whether you opt for silver, gold or titanium, you’re sure to stand out with Le Gramme.