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Cartier's New IT Bracelet Nails It (With A Chic Exhibit To Match)

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    A Trinity ring comes once in a lifetime... unless, of course, you're able to invest in multiple Cartier pieces. In this case, we suggest you round out your stash of iconic goodies (lucky, lucky you) with Cartier's newest, insanely cool bracelet from the just-launched Juste un Clou Collection. The bent nail design is one you may have seen before, but, naturally, Cartier's version is far less grungy (though the design is an edgy step we're amped Cartier took), much, much higher quality, and let's face it, the only dangerous part of the nail is the price tag. Yep, they start at just under $3k and go to almost $35,000. But if you can't drop that cash presently (it's cool... one day), check out the brand's latest exhibit for a momentary rush of ooooohs and ahhhhs; The collection launches in tandem with a show in the Cartier Mansion, Cartier & Aldo Cipullo, New York City in the '70s, that pays tribute to the brand's monumental events of 1969 and '70, when the first diamond to sell for more than $1 million went to Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, and '71 when the original nail bracelet was born (can you say may-j?).

    Make sure to stop by the exhibit between April 13 and May 8, and click through to check out the Juste un Clou braceletes that really, obviously, nailed it!

    The Cartier Mansion, 653 Fifth Avenue (at 52nd Street); 212-446-3400.

    Photo: Courtesy of Cartier

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