IMAGE: CARTIER The Santos de Cartier is no stranger to you; the legendary timepiece that dates back to 1904 when Louis Cartier sought to create a watch for the Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont. Over a century later, the wristwatch has undergone numerous refinements, like in the 1970s when Cartier relaunched it in a
IMAGE: CARTIER Think of Cartier and their iconic Love bracelet designed by Aldo Cipullo (the same man who went on to create the Juste un Clou) comes to mind. They were made in the ideal oval shape, resembling a tight-fitted bangle that’s worn around the wrist as the perfect symbol of love. The emphasis
IMAGE: CARTIER Think of Juste un Clou and their solid gold nail bracelets in a variety of golds (Pink, White and Yellow) is probably the first thing that comes to mind. It is also probably the most Instagrammed piece of jewellery from this collection (because #wristparty FTW), but do you know that the collection is much more than just bracelets?
Cartier’s Trinity de Cartier sunglasses are most definitely on our Most Wanted list for their stylish, urban appeal. The purple composite sunglasses feature some sparkle on the frame and a drape inspired detail on the temple. Three-tone smooth golden and palladium finish décor, a round shape, graduated gray lenses and temple tips with
IMAGE: CARTIER No, there aren’t any cute baby panthers in Cartier’s Holiday 2015 campaign this year, instead, we have red-haired beauty British model Karen Elson lending her vocals (and acting talents) to Cartier’s remake of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, with Elson singing how ‘if you still want party-eh, go straight to Cartier’. IMAGES: CARTIER And
Tiffany’s has its Tiffany-blue box, whereas Cartier has that distinctive deep red box with gold trimmings, identifiable from across the room. Well known for its jewellery and wrist watches, Cartier pieces are the epitome of elegance and stature in great proportions. I love brandishing my wrist with a classic style