“It’s traditional jewelry silhouettes we’re focusing on here,” said Eddie Borgo, at an exclusive presentation for Vogue of his second pre-fall collection on Thursday. “But then we modernize them to make them ours.” So along with a core collection of the three-and-a-half-year-old brand’s best sellers from past seasons—geometrically inclined adornments available all year round, that include hefty signet rings, chunky studs, chandelier earrings, and layers of chain, cube, and block pyramid cuffs—Borgo has introduced a few classical updates into the mix. Cue the star locket—a polished, jagged gold trinket which opens to allow room for a photograph to be sentimentally tucked away inside. And the tongue-in-cheek, haute bling charm bracelets dangling with crystal letters spelling out the name of the brand’s home, New York. “We’ve been asked for Hong Kong now too,” he added with a smile. In more ways than one, it seems that Borgo is set for world domination, one pavé-encrusted city at a time.