l’odyssée de CARTIER short film premiere
fdmLOVES: l’odyssée de CARTIER… A rainy NYC night ‘took my soul’ to the GRAND metropolitan museum of modern art… As we got closer to the magnificent MET staircases we knew it was going to be an spectacular event. The entrance was all covered with handsome models wearing the traditional doormen Cartier outfits and escorting you with an umbrella to the entrance. An unforgettable memory! The film starts with a DIAMOND explosion! beautiful colors sparkling the senses.
the PANTHER is free.. she is going to live a world of passionate adventures!!! jumping through the trinity marks the vigorous and peaceful visionary journey CARTIER has established as the kind of diamonds – a savoir faire… Shalom Harlow plays the female lead in the final scene- so sensual. written by Cutberto Bonilla | FashionDailyMag selects brigitte segura | fashion + lifestyle in LUXchic.. VIEW the FILM now at CARTIER on FB JEWELRY details: Shalom Harlow models three High Jewelry pieces by Cartier:
1. “Monica” diamond and fine-pearl earrings
2. A ring set with a 13.4-carat pear-cut solitaire diamond
3. A one-of-a-kind High Jewelry platinum Panther bracelet set with one 51.58-carat green beryl, onyx spots and nose, emerald eyes, and brilliant-cut diamonds.
DETAILS of interest: Cartier brothers shared an unassailable passion for exploring the world which prompted fabulous encounters and friendships in countless countries. The film looks at the key cultural influences and exceptional people that fueled the House’s creative efforts. For the first time ever, Cartier reveals a glimpse into the imaginary World inhabited by its designs, under the watchful gaze of its iconic muse, the Panther. The Panther stands as the undeniable heroine of this extraordinary epic. She has been the emblem of Cartier’s jewelry-making expertise ever since she was promoted to the role in the 1930s by the free-spirited Jeanne Toussaint.
DIRECTOR of l’odyssée de CARTIER: Bruno Aveillan, [one of the world’s leading advertising film directors], a graduate of Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Toulouse. The score was composed and arranged by renowned arranger and orchestrator Pierre Adenot, whose previous work provides the soundtrack to the films True Enough (Sam Karmann) and Paris Je T’Aime (O. Assayas, E. and J. Coen, B. Podalydès, W. Salles, A. Payne, R. Lagravenese, W. Craven, et al.).
L’ODYSSEE de CARTIER film FashionDailyMag sel 5 brigitte segura