Cartier has been in the news a lot in the last 12 months. Mostly for its watches (this was the latest release and this guy seems to be its most high profile collector), but this month for a new jewellery drop (above).
The Cartier x Chitose Abé (of Sacai fame) collab is perfectly in sync for the two design leaders. The Cartier Trinity ring was initially created in 1924 by Louis Cartier and was a favourite of Jean Cocteau. Its three intertwining bands of yellow gold, rose gold and white gold have been deconstructed by Abé into new distorted shapes in a collection of two rings, a bracelet, a necklace and a hybrid earring-ring. (more…)
A really great book just came on my radar. Tonne Goodman has published her book, Tonne Goodman: Point of View, a 352-page visual memoir stuffed with brilliant pictures of her decades in fashion, including the years working alongside Diana Vreeland at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (more…)
Why shouldn’t there be a Diana Vreeland fragrance? It makes absolute sense to me that she who understood the importance of engaging all the senses should be remembered with a line of utterly sophisticated scents. The range is the brainchild of Alexander Vreeland, the same grandson who recently released the book Diana Vreeland Memos – apparently the bigger aim is to create a luxury brand to celebrate the legacy of the former Vogue editrix. (more…)