Old-world craftsmanship meets fresh-faced social media flexing in the collaboration between Italian jeweller Monini and New York it-boy Luka Sabbat. The latter’s status as an in-demand model and reluctant fashion icon has been propelled by a personal style defined by the commingling of retro-leaning streetwear with conspicuously luxe accents, reflecting a youth culture movement which has effectively blurred the divide between unironic embrace and mischievous subversion. This indiscriminate balance between high and low is palpable in Monini’s Sabbat-directed collection, within which the world of flea-market biker jewellery merges with that of priceless family heirlooms. Proposing a concise range of rings, necklaces, and bracelets, the collection consists of meticulously sculpted sterling silver surfaces punctuated with pared-back stone accents. Maintaining an eye for subtlety that belies constructional sophistication, the blend of Monini’s age-acquired expertise and Sabbat’s thrift store scavenger mentality yields understatedly lavish results.