Main Body Part III.
Fell in Love with a Married Man
Louis Cartier naturally appeared as a domineering and savvy senior, when he met the green young junior, who was just at the beginning of her career of design — Jeanne Toussaint. However, there is a saying called that: the newborn calf is not afraid of tigers. Jeanne Toussaint was not only timid at all, but rather said astonishingly: “Dear Mr. Louis Cartier, when will Cartier break the changeless stereotype?” After hearing that, the elder senior was rendered speechless by this little girl. As Jeanne Toussaint said, Cartier was in the exhaustion of the design at the time, and it had really been a long time before he could create some more amazing works once again…. In order to smooth thing over, Coco Chanel said immediately that: “Although Jeanne Toussaint is only in her 20s, and does not graduate from a professional school, she has a very high design talent for art, her strength cannot be underestimated.”
Later, Louis Cartier invited Jeanne Toussaint to participate in the jewelry design competition that Cartier was holding. Unexpectedly, Louis Cartier wanted to give this saucy and provoking little miss, a disgrace and embarrassment from the beginning, however, he did not expect that, Jeanne Toussaint would become the champion of this jewellery design competition! When the trophy was awarded, the moment their hands met, Louis Cartier was lost in the blue eyes and charming temperament of Jeanne Toussaint, unable to extricate himself; the childish Jeanne Toussaint knew nothing about that, from this moment on, her rest life and Cartier have formed an indissoluble bond. . . . . .
To Be Continued