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Cartier Bridging Traditions

Meet the celebrities turning out at Cartier Islamic exhibition

Set at the Louvre Abu Dhabi, Cartier showcased the influence of Islamic art on their designs and creations. Featuring over 400 works including jewelry and precious objects, masterpieces of Islamic art, drawings, textiles, and photographs. Cartier hosted many luminaries gracing in exquisite pieces of the brand. 

 

NADINE LABAKY

The famous Lebanese actress, director, and Cartier’s ambassador graced the event in 18K white gold Percussion earrings, ornamented with emeralds, onyx, and diamonds. 

RAZANE JAMMAL

The Lebanese beauty and Cartier’s ambassador showed up in an elegant black velvet dress. Her look was spiced up with a Panthère de Cartier set of 18K white gold earrings, a necklace, and a ring with emeralds, onyx, and diamonds. 

YOUSSRA

Egyptian cinema’s icon Youssra captivated the crowd in a fitted black gown, accessorized with Cartier’s Naturel set of 18K rose gold earrings and necklace.

 

AHMED MALEK

The renowned Egyptian actor and Cartier’s ambassador caught everyone’s attention in an 18K white gold Juste un Clou necklace and bracelet, Tank Normale skeleton watch, topped with a Clash ring and bracelet.

DHAFER L’ABDINE

The Tunisian actor, director, and brand ambassador shone in an 18K white gold Just Un Clou pin, matched with a Santos-Dumont skeleton watch.

 

 

Cartier‘s Islamic Inspiration and Modern Design exhibition at the Louvre Abu Dhabi is a celebration of cultural exchange and artistic evolution, reaffirming the brand’s enduring legacy as a pioneer in luxury craftsmanship.

 

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