Clash de Cartier is back featuring iconic accessories in its neo-classical singular ribbed mesh, with exotic new materials.

It’s been one year since the release of Clash de Cartier in rose gold — the stunning spiky pieces studded with blood-red beads that beckon you to unleash your rebellious side. This year, Clash de Cartier unveils its latest iteration in white gold silhouettes and boldly embraces the turquoise nuances of Amazonite set amongst yellow gold studs.

Kaya Scodelario continues to front the campaign featuring a series of gestures described as ‘an expression of duality, dynamic tension and a clash of attitudes’ — akin to the nature of the collection.

Kaya Scodelario

Clash is designed with five codes of aesthetics. It fashions a brand new silhouette but deeply rooted in Cartier principles. At one glance, it is geometrical yet feminine and generously proportioned. It is mechanical yet all its parts are free to move. The pieces are dangerously spiky yet soft to the touch. And while it may look minimalistic, every piece in the Clash family involves a high degree of complex artistry and craftsmanship.

The two-sided jewel is impartial to any gender. Clash invites both men and women to experience the same sensations of fluidity as it shakes up the Maison’s conventional heritage of studs, beads and clous carrés. Stacked or layered, Clash is a piece of jewellery that allows you to express your creativity and personal style. It breaks up the conventional architecture of shapes as you’re free to put together an ensemble that echoes with your individualism.

Check out the entire collection here.

Martin Teo
Content Editor
Martin loves traveling the world to see ancient ruins and classical architecture. He enjoys the culinary experience of various cities but (still) refuses to eat anything insect-like. On a daily basis, he finds time hitting the gym to compensate for the amount of food he needs to eat just to write an article.