Catch Cartier’s Into the Wild exhibition in d3
Arab celebrities attended the opening of the jewellery and watch show.
Add some sparkle to your day, and visit Cartier’s Into the Wild exhibition. Taking place in Dubai’s Design District, it showcases the history of the French jewellery and watch brand’s most famous motifs: la panthère (aka the panther).
Located in Building 10, Into the Wild runs from 12 to 16 March. The exhibition gives visitors the rare chance to explore the history of Cartier. In 1914, the symbol was first used as spots on a watch. Since then, it has been spotted on eyewear, fragrances, jewellery and watches. Plus, the exhibition pays tribute to Cartier’s first female artistic director for high jewellery, Jeanne Toussaint.
Cartier’s Into the Wild exhibition has travelled the world and been in locations from Malaysia to Singapore. To mark its arrival in Dubai, it hosted a special event, which was attended by Arab celebrities. The famous faces included Saudi Arabian actress and filmmaker Fatima Al-Benawi, Egyptian Montenegrin model and actress Tara Emad, Lebanese actress Razane Jammal, Tunisian actor Dhaffer L’Abidine, and Emirati host Anas Bukhas.
Cartier started in 1847 in Paris, France. Founder Louis-François Cartier is behind the brand, and some of its most iconic designs, from the mystery clocks to tutti frutti jewels. Over the years, it has gained a reputation as the jeweller for royalty. King Edward VII declared Cartier “the jeweller of kings and the king of jewellers”, and it created tiaras for his coronation.
Today, Cartier has more than 200 stores in 125 countries. In the UAE, the luxury store can be found in locations from Dubai Mall to Mall of the Emirates. Plus, it recently released the new limited edition, R De Cartier Pen, to the region, which includes polished metal, lacquer and a palladium finish.
GO: Visit www.cartier.com for more information.