Hip hop and jewelry have always gone hand in hand: both are all about flash, promote self-expression, and have been completely mangled by Flavor Flav. Dangle some marginally more subtle rap-inspired bling from your neck, with Complete Technique
Straight out of NYC, Technique's a collection of heavy, hip hop-influenced man bedazzlement (which's been seen icing out performers from Mos Def to QuestLove) finally available in SD via Fresh Yard, all of which's been constructed "by uniting design and deft engineering", as apparently all the Daft engineers were busy wiring the lights on helmets. Awesomely functional chains range from two "Technics inspired" record needle joints (which can actually be hooked up to a turntable should you get the itch), to the "45Adapters" (inserts for 45 RPM singles) in silver/black rhodium coating and 18k gold plating, to the old-school looking, photo-capable "Camera" on a 25'' chain, setting it at the perfect height to discreetly try and capture flash photography. Because what's rapping without firearms, they've also got a slew of glistening weaponry chains, like the rhodium "M16 Knife", the 18K gold/ sterling "M-11 Ingram" machine gun pendant, and four colorways of the "High Polished Russian AK47 Machine Gun", as if there were any other kind
For the more traditionalist wearer of extravagant male necklaces, they've also got
jazz? non hip-hop instruments like sterling/gold trumpets and saxophones, meaning that even if you lack flavor, you can at least pull off looking like a (Kenny) G.