Apr 28, 2014

Amulette de Cartier

I can't quite begin to describe what an honor it is to be working on this campaign with Cartier, a brand I very much respect for their history and their unwavering attention to detail. Cartier recently launched the Amulette collection, personal charms inspired by the idea of talismans to capture one's wishes and dreams.

One thing I've always bemoaned about necklaces is how the clasp always slips to the front as I'm wearing it. The Amulette opens like a padlock so there is no visible clasp. It's quite a special piece, and mother-of-pearl is a material I can never stop admiring.

Cartier also recently launched a tumblr showcasing the Amulette collection. Next month, I'll be posting a second series of images for this campaign with a very different mood. It's still a work in progress, and I'm excited to share the final results.

*Special thanks to Still House for lending a few props for this shoot and Kira Corbin for her styling help.


  1. Just recently came across that pendant. Its so cute I would like one of my own.

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  2. Congrats! It's awesome! Cannot wait for more pictures for Cartier:)


  3. Absolutely gorgeous! Just breathtaking...

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    1. not as timeless as coffee swirl art apparently!

  5. amazing blog and works. I cant stop reading it. what camera you are using

  6. Ohh lovely and I love the idea of the clasp too, very clever

  7. I agree with you on the clasp dilemma! This piece is stunning (well, how could it not be being Cartier) and what a great new-age idea.

    The styling and photos of this are AH-MAZING. You have such an eye with your camera--wow. All the photos on your blog are just gorgeous (I just found your blog today).

  8. Is your necklace the smaller or larger size? Love it!

    1. Glad you like it! Mine is the larger size.