Cartier celebrates 100 years of the Trinity collection by hosting three parties in three meaningful locations
Cartier celebrated 100 years of its iconic Trinity collection in spectacular fashion. That is, three parties in three cities of significance to the Maison: New York, London and Paris. Each celebration was in honour of the location where the Cartier brothers settled at the dawn of the 20th century as well as the Maison’s flagships, namely Fifth Avenue, New Bond Street and rue de la Paix.
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Global ambassadors and Friends of the Maison joined the festivities, with Emma Chamberlain, Jake Gyllenhaal, Vanessa Kirby and Rami Malek joining Trinity Ambassador JISOO at the Paris celebration at the Petit Palais. In addition, the celebrations marked the launch of the Trinity campaign film featuring Paul Mescal, JISOO, Yara Shahidi and Labrinth.
The Trinity collection was created in 1924 by Louis Cartier and features three interlocking bands of yellow, white and rose gold. It has been reinterpreted as rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings in the century since its launch and, to commemorate 100 years, Cartier has released a reedition of the XL bracelet and an XL version of the iconic ring alongside square iterations. Explore the collection
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