Born in Kuwait and educated in Rome and at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Robert Tateossian hung up his banker's stripes early in his career to launch Tateossian London in 1990. Looking for a way to update bland business attire, he turned his discerning eye to his own everyday accessory: cufflinks. The result was an overnight sensation, as style-starved men seeking luxury with a hint of humor clamored for Tateossian's witty designs. Almost instantly he was dubbed the "king of cufflinks” and adopted by the British press as the next big thing. The line soon grew to include jewelry, watches, and accessories no gentleman should be without — all in materials that reflect Robert Tateossian’s impeccable taste.
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Clothes may make the man, but when it comes to businesswear, accessories make the clothes — and our selection of cufflinks, bracelets, and watches from London's "King of Cufflinks" Robert Tateossian has style to spare.
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Cuffs, necklaces, bracelets, and more modern finishing touches with a masculine edge