Dappled sunlight hitting grass, paint on canvas applied with no intended pattern, the perfect night where zero plans make the sweetest of memories. Humans are natural seekers of perfection – in our jobs, our relationships, ourselves – yet more often than not it’s those unguarded moments that tend to burn brightest. Flashes when spontaneity trumps consideration, rebellion beats caution, and the ordinary is made precious. It’s a feeling that also shapes Cartier’s design philosophy – the ordinary made extraordinary – and is made tangible through the brand’s iconic Juste un Clou collection, and extension Écrou de Cartier collection.
Fine jewellery pieces forged from the likeness of nails that embody the bold attitude of the modern woman – industrial yet exquisite, audacious and sublime.
First conceived in the 70s, during a time of immense cultural change and independence, the nail bracelet remains a symbol of freedom. Worn to be lived in.
Rendered in yellow, white and rose gold, with accents of diamonds, the Juste un Clou and Écrou de Cartier collections are instantly iconic – subtle enough at first glance, yet on closer inspection their delicacy and detail is revealed.