In 2002, former Grand Royal record label employee Brandon Schoolhouse founded Han Cholo along with veteran jeweler Guillaume Pajolec, with the idea of creating unique jewelry for fans of streetwear fashion. Before founding Han Cholo, Schoolhouse gained a reputation for making custom accessories as a wardrobe stylist. Soon after Han Cholo jewelery hit the streets, Schoolhouse's artistic pieces became a staple in the wardrobes of celebrities and musicians.
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Drawing influence from his roots in Los Angeles, Brandon Schoolhouse has become one of the leading streetwear jewelry designers in the game today. Schoolhouse's career took off in 1995, when he began working for the legendary Beastie Boys record label, Grand Royal. After spending years as a multi-talented contributor to Grand Royal (doing audio engineering, A&R, etc.), Brandon started spinning records at L.A.'s hippest nightclubs under the name Han Cholo. Soon after, Brandon began to focus on making jewelry, and the rest is history. Han Cholo jewelry is a favorite of many of Hollywood's fashionistas and celebrities such as Little Dragon, MF Doom, Brad Pitt, Rihanna, Snoop Dogg, and more. Han Cholo has also done custom products for the Grammys, the MTV Music Awards, the Academy Awards, Mad Decent, and countless other iconic brands.
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- Rings: If you've grown tired of wearing stale jewelry that looks the same as everybody else's, no need to fret&mdash:Han Cholo has you covered. Han Cholo rings are truly one-of-a-kind, and feature intricate design details that make them far more artistic than a typical ring. Most are molded in the shape of an object, such as a skull wearing a hat or a Mayan pyramid.
- Necklaces: Individualize your style with a necklace/pendant combo from Han Cholo. Han Cholo necklaces feature a linked chain with a molded decorative pendant, in unique shapes such as a straight razor. In addition, several of Han Cholo's ring designs are also available as a pendant.