Cartier held an exclusive event in London to celebrate Magnitude, the Maison’s new High Jewellery Collection. The new range echoes the collision of materials, a new example of Cartier’s ability to continuously reinvent itself while staying true to its classic style.
The new collection is a meeting of materials, a marriage of precious stones with ornamental hard stones, giving birth to spectacular creations. A first in High Jewelry, a stylistic feature steeped in character that balances technique with creative flair, updated by Cartier time and again since the early 20th century.
The iconic Brutalist London building, 180 The Strand, was chosen as the venue to present the collection.
In the evening, guests were invited to Shoreditch Townhall to fete the new collection during a party, hosted by Cyrille Vigneron, CEO & president of Cartier International. The evening became the stage for Beth Ditto’s performance and DJ sets by Paul Sevigny and Mimi Xu.
The evening became the stage for Beth Ditto’s performance and DJ sets by Paul Sevigny and Mimi Xu.
Amongst expected notable gala dinner attendees: Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International, Cartier Friends of the Maison, Claire Foy, Lily Collins, and Bianca Brandolini. Other guests included Ella Balinska, Letitia Wright, Iris Law and Diana Silvers.