It took some audacity for Cartier to create a new line that would be as successful as ‘Love’, ‘Clou’ or ‘Trinity’, and make today’s young women fall in love with it right away. It was also a bold move to go the rock route. The duality and contrasts between hard and soft is at the foundation of Clash de Cartier [Un]limited. The collection was presented this week in the Brutalist bunker of Christian Boros in Berlin. Both an exhibition space and the private residence of its owner, the bunker is home to Boros’ ca. 500-piece collection gathering artworks from the 90s to today, including artists like Ai Weiwei and Olafur Eliasson. This Berlin monument, with its rich history, perfectly illustrates the spirit of the collection: uncompromising and refined beauty. Two words: rebellious beauty!