Designer Michael Weggenmann of Auf der Vogelweide, Germany, employed some new/old technology in his collection of cufflinks. Frustrated with trying to fasten his own cufflinks with one hand—something most men can relate to—he devised a mechanism that allows the cufflink (with an array of designs set in 18k rose, white, or yellow gold) to separate into two pieces. The wearer inserts each half into the front and back of the shirt cuff before putting it on. After he puts the shirt on, both sides snap together like an old-fashioned garment snap.
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