CARTIER CELEBRATES 100 YEARS OF TRINITY WITH THREE EVENTS IN PARIS, NEW YORK, & LONDON
Celebrating Trinity means celebrating Cartier. This is why the Maison chose to have three almost-simultaneous events in the three capitals where the three Cartier brothers – Louis, Pierre and Jacques – settled at the dawn of the 20th century. These are the cities where they built the Maison’s three temples: rue de la Paix, Fifth Avenue and New Bond Street. Three, the perfect number, the magic number!
These three evenings took place successively, in New York on the 1st of February at the Chelsea Hotel in the presence of Yara Shahidi, in London on the 5th of February at Ladbroke Hall with Paul Mescal. Finally in Paris on the 7th of February at the Petit Palais, where they were joined by the remaining Trinity ambassadors: JISOO, Jackson Wang and Labrinth. This marked the culmination of the celebrations, with an evening event headlined by Sia, Labrinth and Diplo, following a performance by dance collective La Horde.
Global Ambassadors and Friends of the Maison also joined the celebrations in Paris, 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 MeyerLandrut, Lisa Vicari, Yoonseo Roh, Khatia Buniatishvili, Amira Casar, Kimberley Woltemas, Jeff Satur, Blanca Li, Ahmed Malek, Nadine Labaki, Dhafer L’Abidine, Boran Kuzum, and Hafsanur Sancaktutan, amongst others.
The Maison’s audiences on social media can follow all three events through the eyes of the Trinity ambassadors with a series of exclusive content that shares their experiences, and their personal vision of this iconic piece of jewellery.
An accompanying pop-up space in the Marais district allowed guests to discover the new creations – including square, modular, and XL versions – while enjoying a Trinity-inspired patisserie menu by pastry chef Cédric Grolet.