The Swiss watch brank announces a relocation of its London boutique to iconic Old Bond Street and renews its partnership with Frieze.
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The brand, joined by its ambassador Benedict Cumberbatch, welcomed guests for a gala dinner at the Royal Academy of Arts in London to celebrate the exhibition tracing its 186-year history.
While Swiss watch exports to France are hampered by "yellow vest" protests, it's a very different picture in the United Kingdom where brands are building stocks ahead of the country's departure from the EU.
At end November, SalonQP celebrated its 10th birthday. Over the three-day event, Britain’s leading watch magazine and its host of exhibitors brought Fine Watchmaking to life… but did it set Instagram on fire?
At the turn of the twentieth century, brothers Louis, Jacques and Pierre Cartier, grandsons of the founder, paved the way for a style whose influences came from Paris, London and New York – the historic locations of a brand that has continued to reinvent itself with endless elegance.
Wayde Van Niekerk and Mutaz Essa Barshim: two names associated with world-class track and field performances. They'll shortly be competing at the Olympic stadium in London for the IAAF World Championships. And they'll be wearing the RM 67-02 Sprint and the RM 67-02 High Jump, two sporting versions of the RM 67-01.
The Design Museum in London is showing Cartier in Motion, curated by Lord Norman Foster. The exhibition, which runs through end July, shows how Cartier watches are objects of engineering and design that mirror the changing styles of the twentieth century.