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Robert Downey Jr. Wears Jacquie Aiche Ring at LA Film Premiere

The ring pops from Downey’s burgundy suit and black top.

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FIRST, YOU MIGHT ask what Robert Downey Jr. is doing at the film premiere of the director Park Chan-wook’s new mystery romance thriller Decision To Leave. Downey was there to support the talented director, with whom he will be working on the upcoming HBO series The Sympathizer. Downey has always revealed his individual style, which has changed over the years since starting his acting career as a teenager.

Most recently he can be seen sporting various glasses, all of which suit his expressiveness and his expansive personality. I haven’t seen him wear much jewelry, but he always wears just the right suit for the occasion, as well as his eyewear styles.

So this Jacquie Aiche ring and necklace came as quite a surprise when I spotted them on him while trolling celebrity photos. The burgundy added a bit more color than his traditional menswear black, navy, gray and cream suits but looked ultra-modern with his solid black top. But let’s discuss the necklace and ring. Both jewels set off his look of the night, which was sans his cool frames.

Robert Downey Jr. Wears Jacquie Aiche Ring at LA Film Premiere

Still life of the opal inlay Galaxy ring. COURTESY OF JACQUIE AICHE

The jewels were iconic Jacquie Aiche all the way: from the onyx inlay turquoise Crescent Moon and Sun pendant to the opal inlay Galaxy ring with chevron sides. The jewels provided a bohemian feeling to what could have been a straightforward dapper style. They both complemented and contrasted with the suit, which evoked a richness that was more intriguing to me than the “man brooch” and other diamond styles we have seen men wearing on the red carpet. It led me to want to ask him or his stylist what about those pieces spoke to him.

I guess I won’t know, but I do feel that they are welcome additions to the men’s jewelry game. Downey definitely knocked it up a notch.

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Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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