Standing the test of time
Nature has always played a huge part in inspiring Cartier’s jewellery pieces. Be it flora or fauna, the fluidity of nature’s grace has been the maison’s strongest voice. Most recently, Cartier unveiled its prickly muse that became the star of its latest jewellery collection. Here are three things you need to know.
It’s three dimensional
Bid goodbye to two-dimensional jewellery pieces. The cactus’ succulent texture is translated into three-dimensional jewellery pieces that are studded with diamonds, emeralds, carnelian and other semi-precious stones.
The House takes everyday items and turns them into stunning wearable works of art
he Cactus de Cartier showcases the jewellery house’s ability for designing bold pieces of jewellery that are inspired by everyday floral motifs.
It reflects the strong, independent woman
Prickly on the outside, it’s not the most gorgeous flower to look at. But it’s remembered for its sturdiness and ability to adapt to harsh conditions.
Read the full review in our September print edition.