Cartier Launches a Delicate Take on Its ‘Love’ Pieces (And We’re Smitten)

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If you –  like us, the fashion industry, and beyond – have long been obsessed with Cartier’s iconic ‘Love’ collection, we’ve got good news. The French luxury house has just introduced its latest launch, which reimagines the now-classic bracelets and rings originally designed by Aldo Cipullo in New York circa 1969.

Prepare to fall hard for the pieces as they represent the highly beloved ‘Love’ design aesthetic, but in a lighter and more delicate form. The rings are now slimmer, as are the bracelets that perfectly hug the wrist due to their chic, oval shape. White, yellow, and rose gold, plain or encrusted with diamonds – all of the collection’s pieces are wearable for practically any occasion, night or day.

Wearing a single piece will make for a perfectly demure look, but why stop there? Get creative, showcasing your taste and personality by playing with color, going for an all-gold look, layering bold and slim pieces together, or adding a little sparkle to your ensemble with the help of a diamond-encrusted beauty. No matter which way you go, you’re guaranteed to be the proud owner of a timeless investment buy, one to treasure forever. For a closer look at the new face of this iconic symbol of love, browse Savoir Flair’s gallery below.

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