NENADELLLEE HANDMADE GREEN CUFFLINKS
This artisan brand original and based in Korea creates not only cufflinks and lapel pins but other accessories all by hand and made from start to finish with much care to provide unique and special details for any outfit.
5″ wide, 1″ long
Made in Korea
WHY WEAR CUFFINKS?
Cufflinks are accessory pieces used to attach both sides of the cuffs in men’s dress shirts. Apart from the suit itself, it is one of the most important pieces when it comes to formal attire. They provide extra style points and also function as they keep the shirt’s cuffs neatly attached for a more polished look.
Cufflinks at the end of the day are a more elegant alternative to buttons. One that can be easily added to any outfit, even if a small modification needs to be made when substituting the button for a second buttonhole. Just because you can, does not always mean you should. The most important thing is to use them when it makes sense. Style them to those outfits to add a special touch or a hint of formality.
This artisan brand under its owner Choi Minjung started in 2006. Original and based in Korea Nenadelllee aims to keep alive with its creations the Korean Fork Art while mixing it with modern touches to make their pieces more easy to incorporate in daily life. This brand does not only do cufflinks and lapel pins but also many other accessories all 100 percent hand made from start to finish. Each piece created with much care to provide unique and special details for any outfit.
Owner Choi Minjung not only creates artisanal pieces but also gives lectures, teaches traditional Korean knotting techniques, and exhibits her work to help pass down Korean traditional art. Nenadelllee has already gained place and recognition with more than 12 awards under its belt since 2009. Awards including things like 100 Seoul Iconic Souvenir in 2013 or the Traditional Korean Culture Item in 2018 due to this brand´s excellence.
Nenadelllee, which is available in several handmade Korean shops along Insadong and Bukchon, also tends to participate in other local events and fairs such as Handmade Korea Fair, Seoul Design Festival and even international exhibits like K.Soho Several Hills in LA or Korea Week Festival Melbourne in Australia. Far from being done with just selling her art, Choi Minjung also published her book in 2016 “Knot Making Time – Modern Stylish Traditional Knot Making” in hopes to teach anybody interested in how to master the art of knot making.