Since it was launched last April, the Clash de Cartier collection has been growing steadily. Comprising a playful mix of studs, clous carres and beads, all of which are held together in a complex structure that allows the individual elements to be mobile, the range now includes a complete range of pieces in pink gold or white gold and even limited editions with amazonite or coral.
Now, Cartier adds even more choices to its latest jewellery pillar with two new sub-categories: supple and XL. Comprising (for now) a pink gold bracelet and necklace, the supple range is fully articulated. For example, where previous Clash bracelets had a rigid, cuff-style form, the new Supple pieces are soft and drape fluidly over the wrist.
The XL range, on the other hand, features a necklace, ring, bracelet and single earring, all of which come in a larger size than before. Where the supple pieces take the Clash in a softer direction, the XL range amps up the punkish feel of the collection — so fans can choose whether they want to tone it down or turn it way, way up.