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"Clash de Carter," courtesy of Cartier.
Photo by Owen Kolasinski/BFA for Cartier.
Photo by Marc Patrick/BFA for Cartier.
Photo by Marc Patrick/BFA for Cartier.
"Clash de Carter," courtesy of Cartier.
"Clash de Carter," courtesy of Cartier.
Portrait of Finneas by Renell Medrano
Photo by Owen Kolasinski/BFA for Cartier.
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Celebrating Clash de Cartier with Finneas and Friends

By Pearl Fontaine

August 26, 2021

On Tuesday evening in Los Angeles, Cartier hosted an intimate evening in celebration of its newest collections, “Clash [Un]limited” and “Clash de Cartier.” Upon arrival, guests were treated to a preview of the jewelry house’s synonymous exhibition (on view now through September 1), presented to showcase the exquisite new high jewelry debuts.

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Photo by Marc Patrick/BFA for Cartier.

The immersive journey was designed by Snarkitecture, highlighting pieces like a reversible necklace in white gold, diamonds, and onyx, the rose gold and diamond Mitten watch, and other earrings, bracelets, and rings. An exclusive soundscape created by the musician Finneas completed the experience. "To me, Clash represented the opportunity to redefine and rediscover what it is about art that moves me the most,” said Finneas. “In crafting this piece, my intention was to create something that flowed seamlessly between the different sonic landscapes that have inspired me most throughout my life.”

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Portrait of Finneas by Renell Medrano

Following the presentation, names like Lily Collins, Nicky Hilton, Gracie Abrams, Ella Balinska, and Claudia Sulewski enjoyed cocktails and canapés referencing Cartier’s newest designs, while Finneas treated partygoers to a special performance. Finally, an elegant tablescape in black, white, and gold with a dramatic floral centerpiece set the scene for a meal curated by Curtis Stone, a renowned Michelin-starred chef, restaurateur, author, and culinary entrepreneur.

After enjoying Stone’s culinary offerings focused on sustainable, fresh ingredients, the evening came to a close with an artful dessert by chef Chris Ford, who created glossy chocolate picot domes containing silver macarons especially for the event. 

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Photo by Marc Patrick/BFA for Cartier.
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