For a change in course to be successful, you've got to dedicate yourself 100% -- the once-rock Radiohead tossed their guitars to get electro, while the once-intimidating Michael Jordan tossed his balls to get his Hanes on you. Doing it with man-jewelry: Bing Bang.
BB's the handiwork of a veteran NY women's accessory designer who, desirous to see how the other half blings, dove right into unflinchingly menacing baubles for men. Constructed of hand-hammered sterling silver and gold, the deadliest steeze is at the neck: gun-metal-plated bullet charms, gold vermeil skull pendants, and a gun trigger necklace that oddly resembles a raccoon's baculum (guns don't kill people, raccoon penis bones kill people). Less overtly weapon-y offerings include gold vermeil Black Flag cufflinks, mixed metal chain tie bars, and a silver bracelet inscribed "Kill Your Idols" -- a frustrating exhortation given your inability to secure a drum of toon-melting dip.
BB also offers three metal-studded black leather belts, one reinforced with a half-length of chain -- a 100% edgy look courtesy of a belt that can't make up its mind.