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Timothée Chalamet Debuted a Second Unique Cartier Necklace for the Dune: Part Two World Premiere

The first one-of-kind Cartier necklace he wore earlier this year was for the Wonka premiere.

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TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET, AN ambassador for Cartier, donned a second spectacular necklace from the renowned house for the world premiere of Dune: Part Two in London.

Following up the necklace that was created with Chalamet’s creative input for the world premiere of Wonka was no small feat, considering the first necklace was crafted from 954 gemstones. A press release issued by Cartier in regard to the Dune: Part Two jewel states, “The yellow gold piece with more than 900 rotating precious colored stones evokes the emblematic sands and desert of the film, as well as the piercing blue eyes of the Fremen characters. Each color inhabits one side of the modular necklace, allowing the wearer to rotate the structure and choose which combination of stones to reveal.” The description of the custom necklace continues, “A precious sandscape is created on one side through orange, yellow, brown and white nuances of diamond, studded with invert-set diamonds that add a spiked texture and recall the peaked, sometimes hostile terrain. On the reverse, the Maison has chosen to play with nuances of blue, choosing sapphires and spinels to recreate the vitality and intensity of the striking blue eyes seen throughout the film.”

Once again, Chalamet worked with Marie-Laure Cérède, Cartier’s creative director of jewelry and watchmaking, to share his inspirations and creative input based on the film and on archival references of the house. This new necklace will join the Wonka necklace in becoming part of the Cartier Collection and will travel the world in leading exhibitions and cultural institutions.

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PHOTO OF THE NECKLACE COURTESY OF CARTIER ©️ MATTHIEU LAVANCHY

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