Designed to be like a chastity belt, the Cartier Love bracelet is sealed shut with a screw on the cuff, locking it and making it hard to take off.
Kylie Jenner flaunts her legs in a skirt and top from Zachary the Label at the grand opening of Sugar Factory American Brasserie in New York on September 16, 2015 (Credit: WENN / C.Smith / Andres Otero)
At the grand opening of Sugar Factory American Brasserie in New York City, she flaunted her legs in an Acute crop top and Radian skirt from Zachary the Label paired with Alexandre Birman’s Toni sandals.
The reality star has been known to be obsessed with these Cartier bracelets (she has 6), often stacking three or more of them on her arms.
Kylie Jenner shows off her brand new green hair color (Credit: WENN)
She has been seen wearing yellow gold and white gold versions several times and even on photo shoots. One of these bracelets has been stuck on her wrist since 2012.
The Cartier Love bracelet, designed in 1969 by Aldo Cipullo for Cartier, has a unique feature: it locks around the wrist and is secured using a special screwdriver. The concept behind the design is that a loved one should open and fasten the bracelet, symbolizing commitment and attachment.
Kylie Jenner has been locked in this Cartier bracelet for four years (Credit: WENN)
According to Kylie, she has been to the store several times, but no one can seem to take the screw out. Even the security guard tried to help, but the bracelet still won’t budge.
For everyone else who wants a similar look without the risk of jewelry being stuck on your wrist, we suggest the lovely alternatives below:
Sam Edelman Crinkle Cuff Bracelet, $40
Miansai Split Layer Cuff Bracelet in Rose Gold, $225
Elizabeth and James Polaris Cuff Bracelet in Gold, $135
Gorjana Bali Cuff Bracelet, $110