Cartier’s Clash de Cartier collection presents an edgy aesthetic that is sure to entice individuals with a more rebellious spirit. Its emblematic spike, which evokes a quintessential punk ethos, injects an opulent iconoclasm to any appearance. Clash [Un]Limited, the next chapter in the esteemed French jeweller’s arsenal of fineries, keeps this mesmerizing flame ablaze with geometric lines and amplified volumes that add visual intrigue.
Fronted by Emily in Paris star Lily Collins, the Clash [Un]Limited campaign features the actor adorned in various standout pieces that exude an exceptional idiosyncrasy. The collection is set primarily in white gold, onyx, and diamond studs, along with three other pieces that are punctuated with amethyst cones for an elegant contrast.
A celebratory party, hosted in sunny Los Angeles, toasted this assortment of artisanal creations with flair. A choice selection of guests including Collins, Kathy and Nicky Hilton, and Dan Levy bared witness to an intimate set performed by Finneas. Cocktails were abundant, as were savoury dishes and delicious confectionaries.
To coincide with Clash [Un]Limited, the brand has also released a third iteration of its original Clash de Cartier line. Featuring onyx beads placed on the reverse side of rose gold rings, hoop earrings, necklaces, and pendants, these pieces enable a heightened sensorial feel when touching the skin. Furthermore, Tahitian pearls—flanked by onyx and diamonds—adorn limited edition bracelets, earrings, and rings, with their earthen hues providing a transfixing complement to the white gold frames.
As always, Cartier has partnered with Responsible Jewellery Council for the Clash de Cartier and Clash [Un]Limited collections, ensuring its commitment to best practices for both miners and Mother Earth.
Scroll through the gallery below for a closer look at the collection and campaign imagery.