Zegna Cufflinks

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About Zegna Cufflinks

Founded in 1910, the luxury fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna has made its name designing classically tailored men’s power suits and meticulously crafted leather shoes. To dress up your finest button-down formal shirts, or add the finishing touch to that sleek tuxedo, Zegna designs luxe silver cufflinks embellished with horn fragments, stingray leather, lapis, and tiger’s eye. Knots, squares, spheres — you’ll find them all in Zegna’s jewelry box. Match your cufflinks with one of Zegna’s patterned ties or high-performance chronograph sport watches and work your sharp-dressed man image.

Past Sales Featuring Zegna Cufflinks

Sale Ended September 02, 2013

Zegna Cufflinks & More

Zegna brings the same attention to detail to its cufflinks and accessories that it brings to its famous suits. To wit: the detailed lapis and mother-of-pearl inlays on the sterling-silver pairs, or the finely wrought herringbone patterns cut from fiber-optic glass. Also on offer are intricately striped tie — and money — clips in silver with precious stone details.

Sale Ended February 22, 2010

Ermenegildo Zegna

Dapper is as dapper does with Ermenegildo Zegna's menswear and accessories. You can’t help but look sharp in this Italian company’s two- and three-button wool blazers and fine crafted cuff links.

Sale Ended October 29, 2010

Canali & Zegna Cufflinks

For the guy who's not afraid to add a little flash to his wrists, our selection of Canali and Zegna links offers an embarrassment of riches. We've got silver Zegna links in poppy limes and oranges, and more subdued designs by Canali, for the guy seeking something more traditional. There are even a few select tie bars and money clips, for those who fully embrace the notion that style really is all in the details.

Sale Ended June 30, 2010

Zegna Cufflinks

Zegna brings the same attention to detail to its cufflinks that it brings to its famous suits. To wit: the detailed lapis and mother-of-pearl inlays on the sterling-silver pyramid pair, or the finely wrought herringbone patterns cut from fiber-optic glass. Also on offer are intricately striped tie clips in onyx and black pearl.