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Detail of Cartier’s Pixelage necklace. (Courtesy Cartier)

Cartier’s Newest High Jewelry Collection Was Crafted to Stimulate the Senses

With its Sixième Sens (“Sixth Sense”) collection, the luxury house makes a strong case for the tactile emotional power of jewelry.
August 10, 2021
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“This is a new world,” says Cyrille Vigneron, president and CEO of Cartier, during a gala dinner he recently hosted on the gleaming shores of Lake Como, “and we must awaken all our senses to rediscover it.” The event marked the unveiling of Sixième Sens (“Sixth Sense”), the luxury house’s newest collection. He continues, “High jewelry belongs to the world of sensory stimulation. It magically awakens the senses with vivid emotions that move your heart.”

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