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About Tateossian

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.

Past Sales Featuring Tateossian & more

Sale Ended October 23, 2011

Jan Leslie Cufflinks & Accessories

Of course, this sale from Jan Leslie features a massive selection of the designer’s signature cufflinks, with everything from carved wood circles to ornate gold creations in the mix. But we’ve also got a range of smart, tongue-in-cheek collar stays, wallets, lapel pins, and more. Pick up a little from Column A, plus a little from Column B, and get that accessories game in order.

Sale Ended September 06, 2015

Designer Accessories & Shoes: Up to 80% Off

Standout style by some of fashion’s biggest names—for a steal

Sale Ended October 03, 2011

Get Dressed Up: Evening Attire

We’re all for playing fast and loose with the sartorial rules, but only when it’s appropriate. And if there’s one time when sticking to the classics is the right call, it’s a proper nighttime event. Galas, balls, red carpets—these are the realm of fine eveningwear. Make sure you’re up to the task with this collection of superlative suiting, shirts, and footwear.

Sale Ended December 04, 2012

Tateossian Accessories

Whether you're looking for a classic pair of cufflinks or a more modern leather bracelet, this sale is brimming with stylish, masculine ways to give your look an added layer of cool.

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