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Stars of the World Celebrate Cartier Trinity Turning 100

Cartier Trinity

The Petit Palais, Paris. Courtesy Cartier

Amid a glittering evening in Paris that saw the likes of Nadine Labaki, Dhafer L’Abidine, and Razane Jammal, there was an icon in the house. Not even stars Jisoo, Jackson Wang, Yara Shahidi, or Paul Mescal could take the light off the Cartier icon they are the new faces of. “Trinity,” the icon is now 100 years old and Cartier spared no expense in feting its centennial. Following celebrations in New York and London, Cartier took its guests to its home city, lighting it up with a spectacular soirée in the Petit Palais that featured performances by the dance collective La Horde, Labrinth, Sia, and Diplo. Global ambassadors including Jake Gyllenhaal, Vanessa Kirby, Rami Malek, Monica Bellucci, Sofia Coppola, Isabelle Huppert, Golshifteh Farahani, Emma Corrin, Manu Rios, Emma Chamberlain, Úrsula Corberó, Sophie Wilde, Marisa Abela, Jeremy Pope, Melanie Laurent, Virginie Efira, Lou Doillon, Raphaël Quenard, Vincent Lacoste, Joséphine Jhapy, Deva Cassel, Lena Meyer-Landrut, Lisa Vicari, Yoonseo Roh, Khatia Buniatishvili, Amira Casar, Kimberley Woltemas, Jeff Satur, Blanca Li, Ahmed Malek, Boran Kuzum, and Hafsanur Sancaktutan were all in attendance.

Cartier Trinity

Dhafer L’Abidine at the Cartier Trinity 100 celebration in Paris. Courtesy Cartier

Cartier Trinity

The Cartier Trinity campaign features Paul Mescal, Jackson Wang, Yara Shahidi, Labrinth, and Jisoo. Courtesy Cartier

The three Cartier brothers, Louis, Pierre, and Jacques established their empire in the three contemporary capitals, on Fifth Avenue, New Bond Street, and rue de la Pais. The Trinity jewelry became a symbol of Cartier’s values. Diversity is demonstrated through the three rings in yellow, rose, and white gold, and harmony. There is of course love, in all its forms, filial, familial, friendly, martial, infinite, and definite.  Press from around the world discovered the newest Trinity cushion creations including square, modular, and XL versions at a pop-up space in the Marais neighborhood in Paris. Custom patisserie was made by chef Cédric Grolet.

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