Whether Maison Martin Margiela was the first fashion house to create a set of matching rings designed to be worn on every finger, I have no idea. What is certain, is that they won’t be the last. First brought to the catwalk by Balenciaga and Chanel for 2013, fists-full of bling were spotted at five SS15 shows. At D&G and Valentino it was ornate, flora and fauna inspired gold rings. The rest took a more minimal approach, with Ports 1961 opting for plain chunky bands in contrast to Versace and Cushnie et Ochs whose rings were skinny and refined.