What better time than the summer vacations to meet customers and build relationships? At Cartier, this is a tradition that began in the late 19th century. Back then, the jeweler set up shop on the Riviera, between Cannes and Monaco, from June to September. Today, Cartier comes to East Hampton, New York, and to Nammos Village, Mykonos during the summer months.

More than mere pop-ups, these seasonal boutiques are meeting places bustling with life, with a product range tailored to wanderlust and the colors of the season: summer jewelry or watches that can be personalized on the spot. The collections are linked to the sun-drenched destinations: the new photovoltaic Tank watches and their deep blue bracelets, the brightly colored stones of the Berlingots Cartier jewelry, and the Double C Cartier bags with their pastel-colored enameled initials.

From polishing and engraving to changing the cord of the Trinity bracelet, the summer services are a festive experience from start to finish. These unmissable experiences are brought to life and enhanced by works by artist Konstantin Kakanias, who is known for his sophisticated imagination and refinement of his installations. The sun-drenched encounters continue beyond the walls of the boutiques with a program of events to capture the feeling of a summer vacation, to the rhythm of a seaside escape.

“I imagined fun summer days and nights, with a totally free spirit where we indulge in nature, light, water, love, and beautiful things. Collaborating with Cartier was a real privilege, the Maison has such a rich vocabulary and history, which I loved to work with.” – Konstantin Kakanias (Illustrator)