Maison Martin Margiela: Collar, Cuff and Band

Simple Collar, Cuff and Band: Maison Martin Margiela

Maison Martin Margiela: Gold Round-Band Jewelry Set
Simple rounded-band set of jewelry in gold-tone metal. Hinged push-clasp closure at necklace and at bracelet. Matching ring with tonal logo stamp. Platinum & brass. Made in Italy

Circles commonly represent unity, wholeness, and infinity. Without beginning or end, without sides or corners, the circle is also associated with the number one.

In some cases, there is a distinction between that which is contained within the circle and that which lies without.

Circles are often seen as protective symbols. Standing within a circle shields a person from supernatural dangers or influences outside of the circle. Conversely, a circle can also be containing, keeping that which is inside from been released.

The perfect symbols for D/s
Your Sir/Madame will protect you within Their Circles of Collar, Cuff and Band. The Symbolism of being owned and kept inside the circles for your Sir/Madame’s needs, pleasures and your safety.

“I give you my protection and care for your submission and service.”

Maison Martin Margiela Ring Bracelet And Necklace Set - Stefania Mode - Farfetch.com2Maison Martin Margiela Ring Bracelet And Necklace Set - Stefania Mode - Farfetch.com3Maison Martin Margiela Ring Bracelet And Necklace Set - Stefania Mode - Farfetch.com1Can be purchase at Saks Fifth Avenue

16 Comments on “Maison Martin Margiela: Collar, Cuff and Band”

  1. Pelelotus says:

    Romantic with a hidden nuance of naughty x


  2. hispetitelle says:

    I really like the simplicity of design. Very clean .


  3. esther says:

    classics. xx


  4. BoPeep says:



  5. Love the minimal design. Gorgeous accessories.


  6. jackiemallon says:

    I love the symbolism you describe and the pieces are pretty. I just haven’t been liking what they do without Mr Margiela at the helm.There are so few purists like him today…


    • dievca says:

      I always have flashbacks to pieces from the 1990’s. Sometimes you find them on eBay. I did/do like the ‘replica’ items (shoes). I like the descriptions – 1970’s Tango Shoes, Buenos Aires, Argentina


  7. Anami Blog says:

    So romantic, I’ve never looked at the circle from this point of view. xx


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