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Cartier announces the finalists of the 2020 edition of the Cartier Women's Initiative
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Cartier announces the finalists of the 2020 edition of the Cartier Women's Initiative

Jewelry Since 2006, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has helped these women reach their full potential by shining a light on their achievements and providing them with the necessary financial, social and human capital support to grow their businesses and build their leadership skills. The program is open to women-run and women-owned businesses from any country and sector that aim to have a strong and sustainable social and environmental impact as defined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. For the past 14 years, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has accompanied 240 promising female entrepreneurs hailing from 56 different countries and has awarded over US $3 million to support their businesses.   21 finalists – women social impact entrepreneurs running the top 3 businesses per region – were selected amongst 1200 applications from 162 countries.  It is the first time that countries such as Australia, Benin, Denmark, New Zealand and Sweden are represented in the program. The 7 laureates will be announced in early June 2020.     Sofie Blakstad, Denmark, Hiveonline Helps underserved micro-businesses get credit and access markets they couldn’t normally reach by creating a trust history based on facts and business actions. Anna-Sophie Hartvigsen, Denmark, Female Invest Promotes financial gender equality by educating women on investing and personal finances. Dora Palfi, Sweden, ImagiLabs Creating a community and mobile-first tools that make programming fun and relevant for teenage girls.     “Creating opportunities for women and empowering them is not only what we believe is right, it also tells who we are: a Maison both anchored in reality and open to the world, thus perfectly aware of our responsibility. A responsibility all the more important given these uncertain times. At Cartier, we believe it is crucial to support young businesses and start-ups through to a more stable period. And this is what we intend to keep doing, fully aware that these women are making a concrete and durable impact, therefore paving the way for a better future.” - Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International   The laureate from each region will take home US $100,000 in prize money; whereas the second and third runner-ups will receive US $30,000.  Finally, the 7 laureates and 14 finalists will all benefit from financial advisory services, 1:1 strategy coaching, media visibility and international networking opportunities,  as well as the opportunity to join an INSEAD executive education program.   For more information on the program and footage of the fellows, please visit: www.cartierwomensinitiative.com Since 2006, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has helped these women reach their full potential by shining a light on their achievements and providing them with the necessary financial, social and human capital support to grow their businesses and build their leadership skills. The program is open to women-run and women-owned businesses from any country and sector that aim to have a strong and sustainable social and environmental impact as defined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. For the past 14 years, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has accompanied 240 promising female entrepreneurs hailing from 56 different countries and has awarded over US $3 million to support their businesses.   21 finalists – women social impact entrepreneurs running the top 3 businesses per region – were selected amongst 1200 applications from 162 countries.  It is the first time that countries such as Australia, Benin, Denmark, New Zealand and Sweden are represented in the program. The 7 laureates will be announced in early June 2020.     Sofie Blakstad, Denmark, Hiveonline Helps underserved micro-businesses get credit and access markets they couldn’t normally reach by creating a trust history based on facts and business actions. Anna-Sophie Hartvigsen, Denmark, Female Invest Promotes financial gender equality by educating women on investing and personal finances. Dora Palfi, Sweden, ImagiLabs Creating a community and mobile-first tools that make programming fun and relevant for teenage girls.     “Creating opportunities for women and empowering them is not only what we believe is right, it also tells who we are: a Maison both anchored in reality and open to the world, thus perfectly aware of our responsibility. A responsibility all the more important given these uncertain times. At Cartier, we believe it is crucial to support young businesses and start-ups through to a more stable period. And this is what we intend to keep doing, fully aware that these women are making a concrete and durable impact, therefore paving the way for a better future.” - Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International   The laureate from each region will take home US $100,000 in prize money; whereas the second and third runner-ups will receive US $30,000.  Finally, the 7 laureates and 14 finalists will all benefit from financial advisory services, 1:1 strategy coaching, media visibility and international networking opportunities,  as well as the opportunity to join an INSEAD executive education program.   For more information on the program and footage of the fellows, please visit: www.cartierwomensinitiative.com

The Breitling  launches Top Time Limited Edition
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The Breitling launches Top Time Limited Edition

Watches When the original Breitling Top Time was launched in the 1960's, it was a watch with a clear mission. Willy Breitling announced that his brand’s new watches were “particularly suited to the needs of the young and active professionals. We are designing a superb range of ultramodern chronographs, led by a completely new model, the Top Time.” The sports watch appealed to that demographic but also attracted young women, who were drawn to its bold new lines and its undeniable elegance. And now, Breitling is reintroducing the Top Time, a collectors’ favorite with one of the most recognizable dials in all of watchmaking.   More than half a century after introducing its Top Time watch, Breitling is launching an updated and upgraded model. Like the 1960's model that inspired it, the new Breitling Top Time has an unconventional design that makes a bold style statement. A first glance at the dial, which has long been known to collectors as the Zorro dial, makes it clear that this is a watch that doesn’t take itself too seriously. But that playful face doesn’t disguise the superb chronograph performance, which is pure Breitling.   Breitling CEO Georges Kern commented: “ When it was released more than 50 years ago, it was a watch that appealed to a younger audience committed to enjoying the freedom and the spirit of the 1960's, and, amazingly, after all this time, it continues to stand out. The Top Time is an important but often overlooked part of our heritage, and we know it’s going to resonate with men and women who love this blend of history, design, and great performance.”   Inside the Top Time’s 41-millimeter stainless-steel case is a Breitling Caliber 23 chronograph movement with a power reserve of approximately 48 hours. Its accuracy is confirmed by its status as a COSC-certi ed chronometer. The red hour and minute hands as well as the dot markers for each hour are coated with Super-LumiNova, a luminescent material that ensures legibility in all lighting conditions. Along with the central hour, minute, and chronograph second hands, the dial also features a decimal scale and two subdials – a small second counter at the 9 o’clock position and a 30-minute counter with unique red accents at 3 o’clock. The new Breitling Top Time’s modern retro look is perfectly complemented by its brown nubuck leather strap. This striking watch is limited to 2000 pieces, and its caseback is engraved with “ONE OF 2000.” One of the few features this new chronograph doesn’t have is a Geiger counter, unlike the Top Time handed to James Bond by Q in 1965’s Thunderball. The world’s favorite spy used the watch to avert a nuclear catastrophe by locating stolen missiles that had been hidden underwater. With 007, of course, style is always essen- tial, and owners of the new Breitling Top Time will have it in abundance. The Breitling Top Time Limited Edition will be the brand’s first watch offered with a blockchain-based digital passport, which confirms the authenticity and ownership of the watch with a single click. Owners can access the watch’s digital passport at any time and transfer ownership – if they choose to do so with a simple blockchain transaction. Offered in cooperation with Arianee, the digital passport will also complement Breitling’s innovative digital warranty program by offering the absolute security that can only be provided by a blockchain system. This cutting-edge technology, which makes it possible for customers to engage with the brand anonymously, allows Breitling to add new online services ranging from advanced clienteling to a revolutionary care program. The Breitling Top Time is scheduled for launch on Breitling’s e-commerce channel in March 2020 and will be available upon request from the brand’s global retail network at a later date.   Adding to the excitement surrounding the release of the new Top Time, a highly regarded London based street artist is designing a mural featuring the familiar Zorro dial. It can be seen on the corner of Redchurch Street and Ebor Street in the trendy Shoreditch area of East London from March 25 until May 20, 2020. The new Breitling Top Time: it’s hard to imagine a better way to express your personal style than with a truly great chronograph that will never be confused with any other watch! When the original Breitling Top Time was launched in the 1960's, it was a watch with a clear mission. Willy Breitling announced that his brand’s new watches were “particularly suited to the needs of the young and active professionals. We are designing a superb range of ultramodern chronographs, led by a completely new model, the Top Time.” The sports watch appealed to that demographic but also attracted young women, who were drawn to its bold new lines and its undeniable elegance. And now, Breitling is reintroducing the Top Time, a collectors’ favorite with one of the most recognizable dials in all of watchmaking.   More than half a century after introducing its Top Time watch, Breitling is launching an updated and upgraded model. Like the 1960's model that inspired it, the new Breitling Top Time has an unconventional design that makes a bold style statement. A first glance at the dial, which has long been known to collectors as the Zorro dial, makes it clear that this is a watch that doesn’t take itself too seriously. But that playful face doesn’t disguise the superb chronograph performance, which is pure Breitling.   Breitling CEO Georges Kern commented: “ When it was released more than 50 years ago, it was a watch that appealed to a younger audience committed to enjoying the freedom and the spirit of the 1960's, and, amazingly, after all this time, it continues to stand out. The Top Time is an important but often overlooked part of our heritage, and we know it’s going to resonate with men and women who love this blend of history, design, and great performance.”   Inside the Top Time’s 41-millimeter stainless-steel case is a Breitling Caliber 23 chronograph movement with a power reserve of approximately 48 hours. Its accuracy is confirmed by its status as a COSC-certi ed chronometer. The red hour and minute hands as well as the dot markers for each hour are coated with Super-LumiNova, a luminescent material that ensures legibility in all lighting conditions. Along with the central hour, minute, and chronograph second hands, the dial also features a decimal scale and two subdials – a small second counter at the 9 o’clock position and a 30-minute counter with unique red accents at 3 o’clock. The new Breitling Top Time’s modern retro look is perfectly complemented by its brown nubuck leather strap. This striking watch is limited to 2000 pieces, and its caseback is engraved with “ONE OF 2000.” One of the few features this new chronograph doesn’t have is a Geiger counter, unlike the Top Time handed to James Bond by Q in 1965’s Thunderball. The world’s favorite spy used the watch to avert a nuclear catastrophe by locating stolen missiles that had been hidden underwater. With 007, of course, style is always essen- tial, and owners of the new Breitling Top Time will have it in abundance. The Breitling Top Time Limited Edition will be the brand’s first watch offered with a blockchain-based digital passport, which confirms the authenticity and ownership of the watch with a single click. Owners can access the watch’s digital passport at any time and transfer ownership – if they choose to do so with a simple blockchain transaction. Offered in cooperation with Arianee, the digital passport will also complement Breitling’s innovative digital warranty program by offering the absolute security that can only be provided by a blockchain system. This cutting-edge technology, which makes it possible for customers to engage with the brand anonymously, allows Breitling to add new online services ranging from advanced clienteling to a revolutionary care program. The Breitling Top Time is scheduled for launch on Breitling’s e-commerce channel in March 2020 and will be available upon request from the brand’s global retail network at a later date.   Adding to the excitement surrounding the release of the new Top Time, a highly regarded London based street artist is designing a mural featuring the familiar Zorro dial. It can be seen on the corner of Redchurch Street and Ebor Street in the trendy Shoreditch area of East London from March 25 until May 20, 2020. The new Breitling Top Time: it’s hard to imagine a better way to express your personal style than with a truly great chronograph that will never be confused with any other watch!

New Heritage Watches With Vintage Flair
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New Heritage Watches With Vintage Flair

Watches Inspired by historical Minerva classic wristwatches from the 1940s and 50s and the spirit of neo- dandy style, Montblanc unveils three novelties within its Heritage product line, combining vintage aesthetics with distinctive colour associations and refined watch complications. The trend is for today’s stylish gentleman, fondly called neo-dandies, to be attentive to details that make a difference, whether it is the feel of a certain fabric, the cut of a jacket, the choice of colours, or the finishing touches to the ideal outfit. Genuinely passionate about sartorial details, these men master the art of being well dressed with flair and look for authenticity and aesthetic harmony, which can sometimes be anti-conformist. They embody the spirit of sophisticated elegance and are the essence of the Heritage product line. Paying tribute to historical and classic Minerva wristwatches from the 1940s and 1950s, theHeritage timepieces combine the elegance of watchmaking past with today’s bold design codes. The new models feature fully polished 40 mm and 42 mm cases, curved horns with facets, and are fitted with sapphire crystal glass boxes for an elegant vintage look. Reminiscent of the neo-dandy style, special attention has been paid to dials with distinctive colours, such as salmon, tobacco-brown, British-racing-green and they include technical finishes such as two-tone decoration, a domed-shape, and lacquer coatings that require dexterity and expertise to apply. Other details feature dots as indexes, curved Dauphine hands enhanced with SuperLuminova*, a rack minuterie with SuperLuminova small dots every five minutes, and old- school international payphone indications of 3, 6 and 9 minutes. In line with the collection’s spirit, the timepieces are adorned with Sfumato alligator straps of various colours from British-racing-green, to grey and tobacco-brown that complete the overall design. Like with all the Heritage timepieces, these new wristwatches are water resistant to 50 meters. *SuperLuminova is a registered trademark which does not belong to Montblanc   Montblanc Heritage Manufacture Pulsograph Limited Edition 100 pieces The highlight of the Maison’s product line is the Heritage Pulsograph Limited Edition 100, atimepiece inspired by what collectors call the ‘doctor’s watches’, that were used by doctors in the past to check a patient’s heart rate. Following the launch of the Montblanc Heritage Pulsograph Limited Edition with a salmon-coloured dial, the Maison is now unveiling a brand-new model in an 18 K rose gold 40 mm case with a distinctive smoked tobacco-brown dial and matching Sfumato alligator strap, reinforcing the trendy vintage style. On the case back, the sapphire crystal reveals the high level of hand-finishing of the Montblanc Manufacture monopusher chronograph Calibre MB M13.21. This high-end movement is composed of a large balance wheel with 18 screws that beats at the traditional frequency of 18,000 A/H, a column wheel and horizontal coupling, the iconic V-shaped chronograph bridge whose designed was patented in 1912, and the emblematic hand-decorated Minerva arrow. To match the 18 K rose gold case and the tobacco-brown dial, the calibre MB M13.21 features rose gold-coated plate and bridges. The refined tobacco-brown dial features several vintage design codes from the 1940s and 50s: a domed smoked lacquered dial with “grainé” hour ring and sunray finishes, 18 K rose gold-coated luminescent Arabic numerals and dots for indexes, 18 K rose gold-coated luminescent dauphine hour and minute hands, 18 K rose gold baton-shaped hands for the seconds and the chronograph indications, rack minuterie, and old school international payphone indications of 3, 6 and 9minutes on the chronograph’s minutes counter. The timepiece comes with a matching tobacco-brown Sfumato alligator strap, completing the overall vintage design.   Montblanc Heritage Monopusher Chronograph Joining the Heritage product line is this new edition in stainless steel with a salmon-coloured dial. The Heritage Monopusher Chronograph is one of the technical pillars of Minerva savoir-faire, offering an accessibly-priced model at the centre of the collection. This timepiece features the latest chronograph design with a domed, salmon-coloured dial with black rhodium-coated Arabic numerals and dots for indexes. Other features include a blue rack minuterie, black rhodium- coated luminescent dauphine hands for the hours and minutes, and contrasting blued steel baton hands for the seconds and the chronograph indications, providing great visibility. A closer look at the minute chronograph counter at 3 o’clock reveals an indicator for 3, 6 and 9 minutes – a vintage touch from the days when we used coin-operated telephones and needed to track the length and cost of a call. This timepiece comes in a 42 mm stainless steel case with polished and satin-finishes, curved horns, a domed sapphire glass box, and the distinctive Minerva Manufacture embossing on the case back. The timepiece is completed with a matching grey Sfumato alligator strap from the Richemont Pelletteria in Florence, Italy.   Montblanc Heritage Automatic The new Montblanc Heritage Automatic comes in 18 K yellow gold with a brand-new lacquered British-racing-green dial and matching Sfumato alligator strap for a vintage look. This new colour combination is enhanced by yellow gold details on the dial, including 18 K yellow gold-coated curved Dauphine hands that have been enhanced with SuperLuminova, along with applied Arabic numerals and dots for indexes that are also in yellow gold. Providing great flair, the dial has been lacquered – a technique that requires expertise and dexterity. The 40 mm case is fitted with a domed sapphire crystal and an elegant British-racing-green Sfumato strap from the Richemont Pelletteria in Florence, Italy. Like all the Montblanc Heritage Automatic models, the timepiece is powered by the Calibre MB 24.27, an automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve, and is water resistant to 50 metres.   Montblanc - A true watchmaker since 1858 Montblanc watchmaking is built on a unique set-up that brings two manufactures together, based in Le Locle and in Villeret, in the Swiss Jura mountains. The Montblanc watchmaking story began in 1858 when Mr. Charles-Ivan Robert founded a watch workshop in the Saint-Imier valley. This marked the beginning of the historic Minerva era. Already during the end of the 19th century, pocket watches started to gain some fame for their crownwinding system. But the Minerva Manufacture’s most flourishing years brought them to be recognized as one of the 20th ’s century leading specialists in professional watches (stopwatches & chronographs) for measuring small intervals of time with high precision. Today, Montblanc timepieces continue the journey of Minerva’s over 160-year legacy in four fine watchmaking explorations: the Montblanc Star Legacy, the Montblanc 1858, the Montblanc TimeWalker and the Montblanc Heritage product lines, all linking the past and the present through design, style and technical innovation.   available from June 2020 on.   more on: montblanc.com   Inspired by historical Minerva classic wristwatches from the 1940s and 50s and the spirit of neo- dandy style, Montblanc unveils three novelties within its Heritage product line, combining vintage aesthetics with distinctive colour associations and refined watch complications. The trend is for today’s stylish gentleman, fondly called neo-dandies, to be attentive to details that make a difference, whether it is the feel of a certain fabric, the cut of a jacket, the choice of colours, or the finishing touches to the ideal outfit. Genuinely passionate about sartorial details, these men master the art of being well dressed with flair and look for authenticity and aesthetic harmony, which can sometimes be anti-conformist. They embody the spirit of sophisticated elegance and are the essence of the Heritage product line. Paying tribute to historical and classic Minerva wristwatches from the 1940s and 1950s, theHeritage timepieces combine the elegance of watchmaking past with today’s bold design codes. The new models feature fully polished 40 mm and 42 mm cases, curved horns with facets, and are fitted with sapphire crystal glass boxes for an elegant vintage look. Reminiscent of the neo-dandy style, special attention has been paid to dials with distinctive colours, such as salmon, tobacco-brown, British-racing-green and they include technical finishes such as two-tone decoration, a domed-shape, and lacquer coatings that require dexterity and expertise to apply. Other details feature dots as indexes, curved Dauphine hands enhanced with SuperLuminova*, a rack minuterie with SuperLuminova small dots every five minutes, and old- school international payphone indications of 3, 6 and 9 minutes. In line with the collection’s spirit, the timepieces are adorned with Sfumato alligator straps of various colours from British-racing-green, to grey and tobacco-brown that complete the overall design. Like with all the Heritage timepieces, these new wristwatches are water resistant to 50 meters. *SuperLuminova is a registered trademark which does not belong to Montblanc   Montblanc Heritage Manufacture Pulsograph Limited Edition 100 pieces The highlight of the Maison’s product line is the Heritage Pulsograph Limited Edition 100, atimepiece inspired by what collectors call the ‘doctor’s watches’, that were used by doctors in the past to check a patient’s heart rate. Following the launch of the Montblanc Heritage Pulsograph Limited Edition with a salmon-coloured dial, the Maison is now unveiling a brand-new model in an 18 K rose gold 40 mm case with a distinctive smoked tobacco-brown dial and matching Sfumato alligator strap, reinforcing the trendy vintage style. On the case back, the sapphire crystal reveals the high level of hand-finishing of the Montblanc Manufacture monopusher chronograph Calibre MB M13.21. This high-end movement is composed of a large balance wheel with 18 screws that beats at the traditional frequency of 18,000 A/H, a column wheel and horizontal coupling, the iconic V-shaped chronograph bridge whose designed was patented in 1912, and the emblematic hand-decorated Minerva arrow. To match the 18 K rose gold case and the tobacco-brown dial, the calibre MB M13.21 features rose gold-coated plate and bridges. The refined tobacco-brown dial features several vintage design codes from the 1940s and 50s: a domed smoked lacquered dial with “grainé” hour ring and sunray finishes, 18 K rose gold-coated luminescent Arabic numerals and dots for indexes, 18 K rose gold-coated luminescent dauphine hour and minute hands, 18 K rose gold baton-shaped hands for the seconds and the chronograph indications, rack minuterie, and old school international payphone indications of 3, 6 and 9minutes on the chronograph’s minutes counter. The timepiece comes with a matching tobacco-brown Sfumato alligator strap, completing the overall vintage design.   Montblanc Heritage Monopusher Chronograph Joining the Heritage product line is this new edition in stainless steel with a salmon-coloured dial. The Heritage Monopusher Chronograph is one of the technical pillars of Minerva savoir-faire, offering an accessibly-priced model at the centre of the collection. This timepiece features the latest chronograph design with a domed, salmon-coloured dial with black rhodium-coated Arabic numerals and dots for indexes. Other features include a blue rack minuterie, black rhodium- coated luminescent dauphine hands for the hours and minutes, and contrasting blued steel baton hands for the seconds and the chronograph indications, providing great visibility. A closer look at the minute chronograph counter at 3 o’clock reveals an indicator for 3, 6 and 9 minutes – a vintage touch from the days when we used coin-operated telephones and needed to track the length and cost of a call. This timepiece comes in a 42 mm stainless steel case with polished and satin-finishes, curved horns, a domed sapphire glass box, and the distinctive Minerva Manufacture embossing on the case back. The timepiece is completed with a matching grey Sfumato alligator strap from the Richemont Pelletteria in Florence, Italy.   Montblanc Heritage Automatic The new Montblanc Heritage Automatic comes in 18 K yellow gold with a brand-new lacquered British-racing-green dial and matching Sfumato alligator strap for a vintage look. This new colour combination is enhanced by yellow gold details on the dial, including 18 K yellow gold-coated curved Dauphine hands that have been enhanced with SuperLuminova, along with applied Arabic numerals and dots for indexes that are also in yellow gold. Providing great flair, the dial has been lacquered – a technique that requires expertise and dexterity. The 40 mm case is fitted with a domed sapphire crystal and an elegant British-racing-green Sfumato strap from the Richemont Pelletteria in Florence, Italy. Like all the Montblanc Heritage Automatic models, the timepiece is powered by the Calibre MB 24.27, an automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve, and is water resistant to 50 metres.   Montblanc - A true watchmaker since 1858 Montblanc watchmaking is built on a unique set-up that brings two manufactures together, based in Le Locle and in Villeret, in the Swiss Jura mountains. The Montblanc watchmaking story began in 1858 when Mr. Charles-Ivan Robert founded a watch workshop in the Saint-Imier valley. This marked the beginning of the historic Minerva era. Already during the end of the 19th century, pocket watches started to gain some fame for their crownwinding system. But the Minerva Manufacture’s most flourishing years brought them to be recognized as one of the 20th ’s century leading specialists in professional watches (stopwatches & chronographs) for measuring small intervals of time with high precision. Today, Montblanc timepieces continue the journey of Minerva’s over 160-year legacy in four fine watchmaking explorations: the Montblanc Star Legacy, the Montblanc 1858, the Montblanc TimeWalker and the Montblanc Heritage product lines, all linking the past and the present through design, style and technical innovation.   available from June 2020 on.   more on: montblanc.com  

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Cartier's latest Panthère campaign
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Cartier's latest Panthère campaign

Jewelry Cartier has entrusted the production of its latest Panthère campaign to the German videographer Jonas Lindstroem, famous for his film Truth or Dare. Cartier’s film unites fearless and unique personalities, who are drawn to the most dangerous creature in the Cartier menagerie for her powers of seduction and desire for power. Untamed and indomitable, the Panthère de Cartier is charged with a magnetism that reveals one's own strength of character. Panthers know their kind; it is a tribe united by instinct and independence. Chang Chen, Annabelle Wallis, Ella Balinska and Mariacarla Boscono feature in the international cast of this film which has been shot all over the world. Wherever they may be, they recognize each other, beguiled by the same animal distinction whose wild, magnetic look is a sign of freedom. The panther accompanies them everywhere with her feline shadow like a copy of themselves. Frees spirits, the artists interpreting the Panthère de Cartier are the modern-day heirs to a prestigious line of the panther’s devotees, including its creator Jeanne Toussaint, The Duchess of Windsor, Maria Felix and Daisy Fellowes. A community that embodies the Cartier emblem: an object of desire and fascination that has been a creative signature for Cartier since her first sighting in 1914. The Panthère de Cartier community: Mariacarla Boscono, top model The Italian model Mariacarla Boscono has been a star of the catwalk for nearly twenty years. A record of longevity for this Italian who exudes a casual look and unique presence. Daring, elegance and freedom of spirit make her the true embodiment of a panther. Yasmine Sabri, actress At 30 years old, Yasmine Sabri is one of the most famous Egyptian actresses. She has starred in many lead roles for TV and the big screen. Her filmography in Egypt is an impressive one. Progressive and a feminist, committed to fighting for Arab women’s rights, Yasmine Sabri brings a positive energy and freedom to the Panthère de Cartier image. Annabelle Wallis, actress Born in Oxford to a family in theatre and film, actress Annabelle Wallis found her first big role in The Tudors series, alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers, then as Grace Burgess in Peaky Blinders. Her vitality and radiance epitomise the Cartier panther. Ella Balinska, actress At 22 years old, English actress Ella Balinska lives between London and Los Angeles. Having trained at the Guildford School of Acting, she recently performed in the third instalment of Charlie’s Angels. A specialist in martial arts and javelin throwing, her solar energy naturally connects her to the Panthère de Cartier tribe. Chang Chen, actor Chang Chen has filmed with the greatest of directors, from Hou Hsiao-Hsien to Wong Kar Wai and Ang Lee. His animal magnetism and sophisticated sensuality make him an ideal ambassador for Panthère de Cartier. Karen Mok, actress and singer Born in Hong Kong, SAR China, Karen Mok is incredibly successful in Asia, with seventeen albums and forty films under her belt since she began her career in 1993. A performer who makes an impact wherever she goes and has been awarded a number of the most prestigious artistic distinctions. This power and determination make her a magnetic personality and one of the new ambassadors of Panthère de Cartier. see the video on cartier.com Cartier has entrusted the production of its latest Panthère campaign to the German videographer Jonas Lindstroem, famous for his film Truth or Dare. Cartier’s film unites fearless and unique personalities, who are drawn to the most dangerous creature in the Cartier menagerie for her powers of seduction and desire for power. Untamed and indomitable, the Panthère de Cartier is charged with a magnetism that reveals one's own strength of character. Panthers know their kind; it is a tribe united by instinct and independence. Chang Chen, Annabelle Wallis, Ella Balinska and Mariacarla Boscono feature in the international cast of this film which has been shot all over the world. Wherever they may be, they recognize each other, beguiled by the same animal distinction whose wild, magnetic look is a sign of freedom. The panther accompanies them everywhere with her feline shadow like a copy of themselves. Frees spirits, the artists interpreting the Panthère de Cartier are the modern-day heirs to a prestigious line of the panther’s devotees, including its creator Jeanne Toussaint, The Duchess of Windsor, Maria Felix and Daisy Fellowes. A community that embodies the Cartier emblem: an object of desire and fascination that has been a creative signature for Cartier since her first sighting in 1914. The Panthère de Cartier community: Mariacarla Boscono, top model The Italian model Mariacarla Boscono has been a star of the catwalk for nearly twenty years. A record of longevity for this Italian who exudes a casual look and unique presence. Daring, elegance and freedom of spirit make her the true embodiment of a panther. Yasmine Sabri, actress At 30 years old, Yasmine Sabri is one of the most famous Egyptian actresses. She has starred in many lead roles for TV and the big screen. Her filmography in Egypt is an impressive one. Progressive and a feminist, committed to fighting for Arab women’s rights, Yasmine Sabri brings a positive energy and freedom to the Panthère de Cartier image. Annabelle Wallis, actress Born in Oxford to a family in theatre and film, actress Annabelle Wallis found her first big role in The Tudors series, alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers, then as Grace Burgess in Peaky Blinders. Her vitality and radiance epitomise the Cartier panther. Ella Balinska, actress At 22 years old, English actress Ella Balinska lives between London and Los Angeles. Having trained at the Guildford School of Acting, she recently performed in the third instalment of Charlie’s Angels. A specialist in martial arts and javelin throwing, her solar energy naturally connects her to the Panthère de Cartier tribe. Chang Chen, actor Chang Chen has filmed with the greatest of directors, from Hou Hsiao-Hsien to Wong Kar Wai and Ang Lee. His animal magnetism and sophisticated sensuality make him an ideal ambassador for Panthère de Cartier. Karen Mok, actress and singer Born in Hong Kong, SAR China, Karen Mok is incredibly successful in Asia, with seventeen albums and forty films under her belt since she began her career in 1993. A performer who makes an impact wherever she goes and has been awarded a number of the most prestigious artistic distinctions. This power and determination make her a magnetic personality and one of the new ambassadors of Panthère de Cartier. see the video on cartier.com

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