Cartier’s iconic Juste un Clou (Just a Nail) collection, born in 1971 New York contains jewellery pieces from luxury French fashion house Cartier that are anything but just a nail. The Juste un Clou bracelet has been a great success since its re-launch in 2012, finding its way to both men and women who favor extraordinary objects. This year, the collection has expanded to include rings, necklaces and earrings in a selection of 18k yellow gold, pink gold, white gold, or paved with diamonds.
The latest collection was released at a themed design exhibition called “When the Ordinary Becomes Precious” at the Salone del Mobile in Milan. The the Salone del Mobile is a popup installation designed by Desi Santiago at the Garage Sanremo, a landmark on Via Delle Fosse Ardeatine in the heart of historical Milan. It explored the theme of appropriating everyday hardware elements as jewelry.
The Juste un Clou’s transcendence over 40 years speaks volumes about its timeless design and versatility. It is one of those jewellery pieces that both men and women can pull off effortlessly due to its sleek unisex design and organic curves.